Latest Stock Buy or Sell?

Today, Shannon Saccocia, CIO, Boston Private and Stephen Weiss, Founder, Short Hills Capital Partners commented about whether PSQ-N, IEUR-N, ETN-N, FB-Q are stocks to buy or sell.

BUY
It will benefit from Washington's infrastructure spending on the electrical grid. She see 30% upside in shares. She likes their industrial exposure.
electrical / electronic
BUY
Today, stocks are testing the June 16 low Buying stocks now is like running into a burning house and hoping the fire department saves you before you turn into barbecue. Manage risk and protect capital. He doesn't see a 10% bounce coming for months. He's shorting Europe; the UK is cutting taxes! He's net short. He remains bearish.
E.T.F.'s
BUY
He's shorting the Nasdaq. He's bearish. As long the US dollar keeps going up.
E.T.F.'s
SELL
Powell's speech on Wednesday was a shift. You can no longer feel that the consumer and earnings are strong. Instead, there is a lot of uncertainty. The markets know inflation will remain stubbornly high and so will yields to combat inflation. Earnings revisions will come down. He sold this because the consumer will face some challenges, and he needs to protect profits. Today is a classic liquidation day.
household goods
SELL
Powell's speech on Wednesday was a shift. You can no longer feel that the consumer and earnings are strong. Instead, there is a lot of uncertainty. The markets know inflation will remain stubbornly high and so will yields to combat inflation. Earnings revisions will come down. He sold this because the consumer will face some challenges, and he needs to protect profits. Today is a classic liquidation day.
Technology
BUY
Low risk. You can buy this against $225.
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COMMENT
The Fed has already extracted massive pain. That pain isn't coming. It's here. Also, will we see a broad-based recession, or a recession in only employment or housing? Nobody knows. We're working through it. She expects the Fed to remain data-dependent and adjustable. The S&P multiple has slid, and $3 trillion from five stocks has already exited the overall market cap. That's the pain. The worst is probably behind us. Not everything bottoms at once; there are always pockets of great stocks to buy.
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