Charlie’s month-end reading list

Here are some of the latest topics of interest at Fort Pitt Capital: The first piece, “The world’s fifth largest economy is about to require solar panels for all new homes,” is from Forbes magazine. California is going to be the first state to require new homes to have solar power installed.…

Charlie’s month-end reading list

Here are some of the latest topics of interest at Fort Pitt Capital: The first piece, “Why millennials will learn nothing from Facebook’s privacy crisis,” by the New York Post, discusses why millennials aren’t concerned about the Facebook data scandal. Surveys reveal that only 20 percent of millennials are even a little…

Charlie’s month-end reading list

Here are some of the latest topics of interest at Fort Pitt Capital: The first piece, “Robots are learning to handle with care,” by The Wall Street Journal, discusses the increased use of “soft” robotic hands in factories. Soft-handed machines are considered a game-changer because they don’t need to be…

Spring break budget busters

This time of year is especially popular for college students to leave campus and head to sunny beaches on spring break. While everyone deserves some TLC every now and then, the cost of a spring break trip varies anywhere from $500-$900, depending on destination. But, what’s alarming is that 31…

Charlie’s month-end reading list

Here are some of the latest topics of interest at Fort Pitt Capital: The first piece, “Minimum wage massacre: Canadian part-time jobs crash most in history,” by ZeroHedge, discusses the January unemployment rate in Canada, which rose above 5.9 percent for the first time since 2009. Some believe the increase…