This is not the all time high unless you got in in the last couple of years as my cost basis is still around $67.57, so I still have a way to go to break even. I do like the comeback that WFC has been doing though this past year and wish the rest of my bank stocks were doing as well.
Lyle, when one gets into the stock has nothing to do with it being an all time high or not. Nor does your cost basis. It is simply a fact that, when you account for splits, the stock is higher than it has ever been in history.
Are you using a broker to figure out your cost per share?
The reason I am asking is because Wells Fargo has split their stock since you initially started your position and your cost basis is actually much lower than you think. In fact much much lower.
Take a look at a 10 year graph and I think you will be amazed.