In short, the news about natural gas is awful--exactly the type of conflagration that growth investors hate, but value investors love. "Everyone who has a brain should be thinking of how to make money on this in the longer term," the renowned investor Jeremy Grantham of GMO wrote recently.While I am not necessarily a "value" investor -- you will not find me pouring into NFLX, RIMM and RSH -- I do appreciate a good bargain, particularly if I see a legitimate forest for the trees. And, as the Journal article explains, as bad as it seems now for natural gas, the future looks pretty bright. I could not agree more -- an oversupply of natural gas will make it the no-brainer, default choice to solve a whole host of energy problems. Why rely on oil to power daily life when you can cook with gas?
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