Apple (AAPL) is out with its quarterly results and they came in at $1.28 a share, that's a nickel better than forecasts. On the revenue side, Apple earned $37.4 billion dollars, that was just a sliver above expectations. Kim Caughey Forrest is a Senior Analyst at Fort Pitt Capital and before she became a portfolio manager, she was a software engineer for 13 years. She says that experience gives her a better understanding of how businesses make decisions in the world of enterprise technology. Her fund is value-oriented and growth-focused and she says Apple's stock is too volatile and that she is not comfortable owning it. Forrest says she is more focused on tech companies that have lines of business beyond consumer technology as their focus. Find out more as she speaks with TheStreet's Susannah Lee.

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