China's economy is growing at a rate of 10% a year. And, as CNBC's Mary Thompson reported on "Closing Bell," it seems as if every analyst has a strategy to invest there. Donald Straszheim, vice chairman of Roth Capital Partners; Craig Columbus, chief market strategist at Greenbook Financial Services, and Alec Young, international equity strategist at Standard and Poor's, each offered ways to play China.
Straszheim pointed to China's huge appetite for commodities. He said if "they continue to manufacture and export -- the core of their economic growth -- they'll continue to buy." He suggests investing in both real fuel (oil, coal and natural gas) and industrial fuel (iron, copper, lead and nickel).