It is good to put things in perspective. This is a classic pattern. JNJ was languishing in the 70's and took off in early 80's. It was languishing a bit again in late 80's and took off again in mid 90's along with other pharmas. It was languishing long enough to be ignored by the market completely in 2000's and now boom time again. Also from a fundamental point of view J&J pipeline has become very strong and it is firing on all cylinders. So this has a lot of room to run for a few more years. Sorry nay-sayers, time to get on board.