How many times have we heard this nonsense? Many, since I bought at the split adjusted price of $6 in the mid eighties. Lost half, briefly, in the early nineties, but my heirs will inherit it after I've lived off the dividends for another 30 years. I don't buy companies just to sell them when he markets move up or down. That would incur short/long term capital gains taxes and trading fees; who needs that?
It has risen to these level on the shoulders of its progress. The future is set to continue as it has been for several years. Historic highs is justified. Look at the targets it sat last couple of years and met and then the target that it is going to make next few years. If our target is longer than a quarter then no need to get out while you can. Rather buy any significant dips. I have for years and I am up substantially despite all the bashing that we constantly see here.