Charlie’s month-end reading list

Here are some of the latest topics of interest at Fort Pitt Capital Group: “Escaping Poverty - Not Inequality - Is What Matters,” comes from Mises Institute. The history of economic progress shows that luxuries become necessities over time. Cell phones are a great example of this. The second article,…

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…

Market update: Key Q3 takeaways

As 2015 third quarter earnings wind down, here’s a look at how the markets are stacking up. Overall, we’re seeing that S&P 500 earnings have come in as anticipated; about two percent down year over year. If energy companies are excluded, it’s showing about six percent gains year over year.…

Charlie’s month-end reading list

Hello Ramparts readers; it’s time for the next set of monthly reads…hand-selected by the analysts at Fort Pitt Capital Group. Enjoy! The first piece is by Ruth Simon and Caelainn Barr, titled “Endangered species: Young US entrepreneurs.” According to a recent report, the share of people under age 30 who…

 Estate Planning Myths and Tips

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