After China Stock Tumble, What Next for Markets?

Last week was Wall Street's worst in four years. The global nosedive began in China after the Shanghai composite index fell almost 9 percent. Guests discuss what happened and what it means for regular investors.

Guests:

Edmund Harriss, portfolio manager of the Guinness Atkinson Asia Focus Fund, specializes in Chinese stocks

Howard Wachtel, emeritus professor of economics at American University; author of Street of Dreams. Boulevard of Broken Hearts: Wall Street's First Century

Ilyce Glink, writes a nationally syndicated newspaper column on personal finance; author of 50 Simple Steps You Can Take To Improve Your Personal Finances

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