Why China Makes Sense for the Long-Term Investor

China's stock market this summer has made investors feel like they are riding the Kingda Ka, a 456-foot-high roller coaster.

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China's stock market this summer has made investors feel like they are riding the Kingda Ka, a 456-foot-high roller coaster. With such stomach-churning volatility, can China really represent an opportunity for today's investors?

Join Joe Brennan, head of Vanguard's Equity Index Group, and Michelle McGruther, Vanguard's senior project manager, as they explain why China, and the A-shares that make up the mainland market, represent a long-term growth story. This 60-minute webinar will provide advisors with insights about how the Chinese economy is opening up, how the Chinese markets are evolving, and why China makes sense for emerging market investors.

 

Drew Voros has nearly 30 years' experience in financial journalism. He was a longtime business editor for the Oakland Tribune and sister papers of the Bay Area News Group, and finance writer for the Hollywood trade publication Variety. Voros' past roles have also included editor-in-chief at etf.com and ETF Report.