In regards to your Pfizer example, I personally hope the DG stocks I own lag for ten years at a low share price - so I can scoop up even more shares for a better price!
My (unedited) reply to this person that is as of yet unanswered;
what about PFE? It, like quite a few others cut its dividend several years after it peaked. What forward looking analysis do you do to avoid this happening to your holdings? PFE had fallen 50% behind XLV before it cut its dividend. Your comment implies you don't care about this scenario (even if you never owned PFE), is that what you are saying? Lagging for ten years will very frequently imply there is a problem (not every time of course) but you don't care until the dividend is cut?
I doubt that is what you mean but that is what your comment says and maybe you do mean that.
Buying a stock at a relatively good value is different than hoping a stock performs poorly for a decade as this one commenter appears to be hoping for.