I would not exit this stock. No where but up....I sold off some of my COP holdings after the split to grab more PSX. And it was a great move; my PSX went up 39%, where as my COP is up a stingy 8% after the split. COP has the dividend, but PSX has the growth potential.
Think about writing some covered calls, for example January 2014 65 or 70. You can get $2.00 for the 65's. This means you will exit in 2014 if the stock is selling at 65 or greater, and for a an effective price of $67/share. If it closes under $65, you have gotten an extra 3% yield on your principle (while earning the dividend). There's another possibility: if it winds up around $65-$67, you can also buy back your call and sell the January 2015 65 call (or even 70 call) picking up some more cash. Get the picture? Why worry about an exact exit price when you can keep milking a reasonable dividend stock that has a nice call premium.
Pulling the 'exit trigger' is likely a good way to shoot yourself in the foot over the longer term. The stock is volatile, but ever technical indicator points to a sustained uptrend. Take a look at the P&F charts!