We are big fans of Jeff Matthews at Abnormal Returns.  Jeff is a hedge fund manager and blogs at Jeff Matthews Is Not Making This Up.  He recently appeared on Tech Ticker with Aaron Task and Henry Blodget in light of the release of Berkshire Hathaway’s annual results.  It is always nice to hear an analyst have the time to fully flesh out their thoughts on a particular.

Jeff talks about the market and the effect of higher oil prices on the market and why Apple (AAPL) is still a buy.

Source:  Tech Ticker

In another segment Jeff talks about why Sears Holdings (SHLD) is unlikely to turn things around any time soon.

Source:  Tech Ticker

In the last segment Jeff talks about Berkshire Hathaway’s stance toward big acquisitions.

Source:  Tech Ticker

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