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USFC December 2018 CIO Report

Posted by David Gunderson on Jan 3, 2019 3:25:23 AM
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Topics: USA, Taxes, Texas, Dallas, real estate, Employment, US, Equity, volatility, Fort Worth, United States, VIX, US Economy, Texas Economy

Investment Outlook: December 2018

Posted by David Gunderson on Dec 6, 2018 12:06:51 PM
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Topics: Investment, Texas, Dallas, real estate, Hedge, USD, volatility

Dallas-Fort Worth Leads the U.S. in Job growth

Posted by David Gunderson on Jan 12, 2018 1:16:41 PM
Dallas Federal Reserve Bank says Texas should add 366,000 in 2018 if oil prices hold up Dallas-Fort Worth’s job base grew the fastest among the nation’s dozen biggest metro areas last year, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Thursday. For the year ending with November, the D-FW metro area ... Read More

Topics: Oil, Dallas, economy, federal reserve

The Effect of PSU Bank Recapitalization on The Economy of India

Posted by David Gunderson on Dec 18, 2017 7:44:00 AM
India’s banks have long been suffering from a massive pile up of non-performing assets on their balance sheets. This puts a strong drag on credit growth, which is exacerbated due to the recent sluggishness in the economy because of demonetization, aggregate liquidity, and demand shock. After a ... Read More

Topics: India, Banking, Regulation

Is This the Right Time for Indians to Invest in US Healthcare?

Posted by David Gunderson on Dec 8, 2017 8:26:10 AM
In India, full capital account convertibility of the rupee is still a distant dream. Putting aside positive and negative macro-economic arguments, it has been difficult for domestic investors to take advantage of global lowering of interest rates, especially with Indian stock markets and industries ... Read More

Topics: EB-5, healthcare

EB-5 Investor Visa Program Extended One Week to May 5, 2017

Posted by David Gunderson on Apr 29, 2017 10:23:12 AM
On April 28, 2017, President Donald Trump signed a continuing resolution earlier passed by the US House and Senate, to continue funding the US government until May 5, 2017. The one week extension was made as legislators continue to battle over major policy decisions via government funding of those ... Read More

Topics: EB-5, Congress, USA, Budget, Continuing Resolution

Trump, H-1B and Why EB-5 is the better bet?

Posted by David Gunderson on Mar 1, 2017 3:46:11 AM
People around the world who were dreaming of a life in the United States were as anxious and worried as the Americans when the US Presidential result tilted in favor of Donald Trump. His entire campaign was tailored towards restricting immigration and creating “real jobs for Americans”. The travel ... Read More

Topics: EB-5, Trump, H-1B

EB-5 Visas Expected to Reach New Heights Under Trump, As Immigration Rules Tighten

Posted by David Gunderson on Nov 23, 2016 9:19:55 AM
Though changes are expected to take place to the EB-5 Immigrant Visa Program, experts everywhere are predicting that the program will thrive when Trump takes Office   Read More

Topics: EB-5, Trump

Texas exports outshine all states; DFW ranks 2nd behind Houston

Posted by David Gunderson on Aug 25, 2016 10:29:29 AM
Texas export volumes surpass other states by a substantial and growing margin, and the Dallas-Fort Worth metro ranks second in the state behind Houston in merchandise exports, according to a report this week by The Perryman Group. Read More

Topics: Texas, exports, economy

1,200 Indians Queue Up for EB-5 Green Cards

Posted by David Gunderson on Jul 2, 2016 12:58:57 PM
MUMBAI: The US Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) approved 111 EB-5 visas for Indian applicants during the US fiscal year of October 1, 2014 and September 30, 2015 (FY15). The EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program is a "paid invitation" for non-Americans to invest and live the 'American dream'. ... Read More

Topics: EB-5, India

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