NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- The price of natural gas has collapsed, falling from more than $13 per million British thermal units in 2008 to $3.43 now. The decline sliced the profit margins of gas producers and caused the stocks to languish.Now some managers of value mutual funds have become intrigued. Funds that have been buying gas shares include Croft Value (CLVFX) and Schwartz Value (RCMFX).
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