Dr. Chhoda shares secrets of the wealthy and the ultra rich in 2020, while others struggled to get by during the pandemic. While millions of Americans wait for stimulus checks and unemployment benefits, the ultra wealthy continued to exploit these secrets to grow their wealth during the year of the pandemic.
Dr. Chhoda shares a surprising statistic about the 2016 vote, and emphasizes the importance of voting.
Dr. Chhoda explores why a Chinese coal company is buying a US fertility clinic, and the national security implications.
Dr. Chhoda analyzes some key moments from the town hall tonight with President Trump. Town hall with former VP Joe Biden to follow shortly.
Dr. Chhoda analyzes today’s comments from Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, which effectively torpedoed a stimulus bill ranging between $1.8 trillion and $2.2 trillion that’s being negotiated by White House and Democrats.
Dr. Chhoda examines the rising poverty levels in the country – The number of poor people has grown by eight million since May, according to researchers at Columbia University, after falling by four million at the pandemic’s start thanks to the CARES Act.
Dr. Chhoda analyzes an announcement from the Senate Majority Leader about the next order of business for the US Senate.
Dr. Chhoda analyzes comments from Mike Wilson today, Morgan Stanley chief investment officer and chief U.S. equity strategist said this about stimulus.
Dr. Chhoda explores critical timelines about unemployment benefits you must know about. Also check out the Unemployment Benefits Playlist.
Dr. Chhoda analyzes recent comments from Kevin O’Leary, chairman of O’Shares ETFs and investor on ABC’s “Shark Tank,” on CNBC Make It. About an additional round of stimulus checks, O’Leary says it is not necessary. “We don’t need the $1,200 check to everybody anymore because a lot of those people have now found work again,” he says.
Dr. Chhoda shares the uplifting story of a single mom of 5, who loses her job and goes on unemployment. She finds a job cleaning buses, goes off unemployment. 2 days later, tests positive for the pandemic & loses her job.
Dr. Chhoda explores why individuals with a certain level of education, wages, gender or race have been impacted disproportionately by the pandemic, and asks the question – should they get more help?