Well Tim,,,I only follow the ticker because it's in my screen of holdings in my Think or Swim platform,,,lol.
I bought WEC in 1996 at 30, and again on the pullback to 15 way back when,,,lol.
I have it as a DRIP program so I basically don't trade it at all, except to add to my holdings.
That split in 2010 was a nice boost.
I was also looking for another possible split last year when we got up to near 66 area.
As the price gets lower, I tend to increase my alotted $$$ to get the biggest bang for my buck.
Klappa has been doing such a great job, I hope he lives forever,,,lol.
Back when I initially purchased shares, they were in a bit of turmoil with a failed buyout of Northern States Power in 1995, which caused the pullback to $15 area.
But it wasn't to long after that Gale Klappa came into power and IMO turned the company around.
My general theme is to do a transfer of funds for every pullback into what I perceive as a support level in the stock.
Then, of course, my dividends buy additional shares once a quarter.
I never sell, don't need to, and I don't take any dividend payments.
Everything gets plowed back in.
Sorry for being so wordy,,,lol.
The next person to cash this in will be my daughter or granddaughter.