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Ex-Eagles owner Norm Braman: 'Buy gold'

Braman puts "substantial money" into buying gold

Ex-Eagles owner Norm Braman: 'Buy gold'

Web editor David Ralis was up too late last night, and he noticed this on Forbes.com: an interview with ex-Eagles owner Norman Braman, Palm Beach-based auto dealer, holding forth on the economy (he fears inflation) and investments (he's buying gold, not stocks): "When (2007 mortgage bear John) Paulson set up his gold fund, I put some substantial money into it." Of course, Braman also believed in Bernie Madoff.

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