For a little perspective on all of this, see the below chart of CMG, which looks all the way back to the late-2008 bottom.
The October 2012 lows, not entirely by chance, coincided with an exact 50% retracement of the entire 2008-12 rally. The rally off the 2012 lows once again has the character of a strong stock, and one that is supported by both the institutional as well as the trend-following crowds.
Closer up on the daily chart, see how orderly the ascent off the 2012 lows has been. Chipotle stock continues to respect its October 2012 uptrend as well as the area around the 50-day simple moving average (yellow line).
Furthermore — and as I often point out on strongly trending stocks — note the series of consolidation patterns (black parallels), followed by breakouts and retracements back to the 2012 uptrend line.
Thus far, Chipotle has simply retraced back to the 2012 uptrend line and, given its strong construct, I am willing to give it room toward its 50-day moving average around $407 as first support. Should CMG fall through there, next support would be its 100-day moving average (blue line), which has not been tested since January.
In summary, Chipotle stock so far has only managed to form a lower high vs. its April 2012 highs, but barring any snapping of its 100-day moving average, CMG looks poised to take out the 2012 highs in coming months.