Fast Money Madness: The Final Match-Up

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We started with 64 companies, and narrowed it down to the two most exceptional on Wall Street: the finest in finance, Berkshire Hathaway (BRK) and the top in tech, Apple (AAPL).

Here's the recap of that final show-down.

- Eric Bolling says if content is king, APPL is getting bigger by the day and he votes for Apple.
- Guy Adami says Berkshire Hathaway is his pick.
- Tim Strazini says this is AAPL’s year.
- Jeff Macke says the excitement of AAPL is temporary – BRK is forever.

In a tie, The Commissioner decides. With so much at sake, Dylan becomes overwhelmed by the pressure and desperately cries - take a commercial break.

Of course, this is the internet so the commercial break does Ratigan no good, here.

He decides the winner of the Fast Money Madness Championship is..... Berkshire Hathaway!

Why asks Guy Adami as tears stream down his face (not really).

Because, answers Dylan, no one has made more money for investors than Warren Buffet.


Questions? Comments? fastmoney@cnbc.com

*The teams were seeded using analyst ranking data from the Wall Street blog http://tickersense.typepad.com/

Trader disclosure:
On APR 2, 2007, the following stocks and commodities mentioned or intended to be mentioned on CNBC’s Fast Money were owned by the Fast Money traders
Bolling Owns (ICE), (NMX), (DIS) , Gold, Silver, Pali Capital Is A Market Maker In (NIHD), Pali Capital Is A Market Maker In (NEWC), Strazzini owns (T), WWE Programs Air On SciFi And USA, Networks Of NBC Universal, NBC Universal Is The Parent Company Of CNBC

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