Sector Expert: Daniel Carlson

Tailwinds Research

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Daniel Carlson is the founder and managing member of Tailwinds Research Group and its parent company DFC Advisory Services, which is a licensed registered investment advisor (CRD # 297209). Tailwinds is a microcap focused research company that provides research on and consults to over 20 emerging growth companies in the technology and life sciences arenas. DFC Advisory Services is an RIA that manages money dedicated to investing in the companies covered by Tailwinds. For more information on these two companies and their track record, please see www.tailwindsresearch.com. Prior to founding these two entities, Dan spent many years working with small public companies, having been CFO of two public companies and helping finance many others. A 1989 graduate from Tufts University with a degree in Economics, Danís formative years in business were spent as an equity trader, first on the Pacific Coast Stock Exchange then on the buyside at several multi-billion dollar firms.

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Texas Heart Takes to the CoreoGraft (10/10/18)
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Daniel Carlson of Tailwinds Research profiles Hancock Jaffe Laboratories, which is partnering with the Texas Heart Institute to further develop an innovative graft designed for use in coronary bypass surgery.

SGBX Makes a Move into Residential (10/4/18)
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An innovative company that uses shipping containers as building blocks has entered the residential market, reports Daniel Carlson of Tailwinds Research.

Extending the Perimeter: The PATSCAN Suite of Threat Detection Technologies (10/3/18)
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In light of the multiple mass murders at schools, theaters, live events and other venues, public safety and security have increasingly become hot topics. Daniel Carlson of Tailwinds Research profiles a company whose suite of products offers a high-tech approach to threat detection and prevention.



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