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Charlie’s month-end reading list

Here are some of the latest topics of interest at Fort Pitt Capital: The first piece, “Why California has the nation’s worst poverty rate,” by the Mises Institute, reveals that the ‘black eye’ of California is its 20% poverty rate. One in five Californians lives below the poverty line. Some…

Introducing Beth Lynch

We are pleased to announce Beth Lynch CFP®, as the newest investment consultant to join the Fort Pitt team! With more than 20 years of experience in the industry, Beth is excited to assist and inspire individuals by applying her investment planning expertise. Beth’s favorite part of her job is helping…

How to protect your online accounts

Anyone with an online account is familiar with providing verification in order to login and access an account. Whether it’s to pay a bill, manage a service, or set up an appointment, a login and password is virtually always requested. These safeguards are put in place to protect the user’s…

The two-year has broken through to the other side

Have we finally begun seeing the normalization of interest rates in U.S. Treasuries? Although we’ve seen sudden rises in interest rates before, we haven’t seen a precipitous rise like we’ve seen in the last month. Although we often focus on the ten-year Treasury as the barometer of interest rates, the two-year Treasury is our focus at this point.…