Everyone jumps all over me for selling. Utility stocks typically trade at a 15 P/E. With a projected EPS of 2.49 for 2013, your looking at 37.50 as the high. There's absolutely no reason why EXC deserves a higher P/E than its peers. When the temperatures start heating up, expect ng to go back under 3.
Not quite that little, but close. I have 285 shares at 35.01. After trading fees, it would be get me a case of beer. As much as I'd like to hold our for bigger returns, I'm moving some money into cash for a few months. EXC has less upside than my other stocks, so it's the first to go.