Keep in mind if you should sell, not to sell all you have....that way you can keep yourself qualified for your company's DRIP, which will enable you to put in a moderate of money each month without having to pay those blankey-blank broker charges.....
Also, remember that some companies offer a discount on dividends re-invested (approx 5%), and if you are still there, and have the stock shares in hand, you can be the one that benefits....
(DRIP--Dividend Re-Investment Plan)
you might want to watch to see if JNJ looks like it will hit 90 anytime soon. This is where it split the last time in summer of 96. Also there is the possibility of the fed easing in the coming months which would lower the mortgage rates and send the market even higher. Just food for thought, but always base it on your own opinion.
Don't know if jnj will split in the short-term but heard today on cnbc that some analyst--didn't catch his or her name--came out saying that it was undervalued given long-term growth rates and a fairly full pipeline of products, at least two drugs I think--that would add substantially to margins and profit. Hope it is true.