Charlie’s month-end reading list

Here are a few articles that piqued our interest this month. Check them out! Holly Fletcher contributes an article to USA Today titled “Why more than half of hospital bills don’t get paid.” As deductibles and copays rise and insurance companies pay less, working people are responsible for an increasing…

2016 story remains the same

January is prediction season, and here at Fort Pitt we like to demonstrate that we’re at least thinking about the economic future, even if we’re really not able to do much about it. Investing is about positioning one’s portfolio for the best possible outcome given both available returns and the…

Charlie’s mid-month reading list

With the New Year comes plenty of new material we've been circulating here at Fort Pitt. Below are some noteworthy reads to ring in 2014: In a recent New York Times article, “Insurers Claim Health Website Is Still Flawed,” reporters Robert Pear and Reed Abelson explain how the government’s health care…

Charlie’s month-end reading list

This month we came across several articles from zerohedge.com and HealthAffairs.org that we thought were worthwhile. One article from Zero Hedge, “If things are so great, why is this chart so bad,” highlights information sourced from Bloomberg Brief that shows drastic job cuts in the financial sector. From 2009 to 2013,…

Charlie’s month-end reading list

We hope you have been finding the articles included in our monthly reading lists to be of interest. This month we’ve selected pieces on a variety of topics, from health care to high-speed trading. Enjoy! “What Health Insurance Doesn’t Do,” in this op-ed for The New York Times, Ross Douthat…

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