1) There is always STONEWALL resistance short-term when the RSI gets into the 75 to 76 area. The resistance there is so great that whenever I see the stock getting close to such readings, I leg on rollouts of covered call options doing the sell side first. This was the third hugely-successful rollout based on the stonewall nosebleed phenomenon.
2) Are you aware that since the end of 2010 the value of my Pfizer holdings has gone from 261K to 709K without my having added a dime of my own money? I owe it all to the superior options methods that I utilize.
3) Pfizer is currently selling at virtually the same PE multiple relative to consensus 2013 earnings as AAPL. This stock is no longer the massively-undervalued stock that it once was.