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Nov 20, 2020

Sir Angus Deaton, winner of the Nobel Prize for Economics for his groundbreaking work on 'deaths of despair' says that statistics don't support the critics of coronavirus shutdowns, who suggest that economic woes will lead to increased suicides among displaced workers and business owners. In a wide-ranging interview, Deaton discusses the economic impacts of the virus and more. Also on the show, Rob Shaker of Shaker Financial says that the tax-loss selling season for closed-end funds should be particularly interesting in 2020, given the volatility funds saw throughout the year, and Chuck talks about his ultimate holiday gift for children this year, stocks, which are easier than ever to give as a present.