It's starting to look like the frequency of rotations is increasing quite dramatically. Rotation used to be measured on a timescale of months now it's more like weeks. No problem... let the institutional traders go ahead and dump FE... they'll be back again eventually.
I was also thinking the same ie. coal-fired generation has the advantage now with higher natgas prices, but do you really believe that explains this fast and furious runup? BTW, it appears the stock will easily close that gap at 44.4 from early November today. If it holds above it, next resistance is up at ~46.6
IF they would cut the divvy back to 1.8 or 2$/share (and apply to debt reduction) instead of stadium naming and waste of $$$ (the execs get free suites/tix so they love the waste of our stock value) this would easily return to 50+ but will take commitment and competent mngmt--doubtful