Chinese stocks sell off a second day. Investment pros warn against buying at these lower prices

Chinese technology firm Tencent against the backdrop of China's flag.
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Chinese companies trading in the U.S. came under more pressure Tuesday, and investment officers say it's too early to shop for bargains among the battered companies.

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