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Thanks for the input. I have some Disney in the non-Roth portion of the 401, but with the dividends being what they are, it looks like it makes good sense on the Roth side, too. "

...and there in lies the folly (foolery?) in asking for a stock pick without context.

The answer to your question is: It depends on 1) what your goals are; 2) what else you have (both dollars, investments, and even a "pension"); 3) what you think the economy (macro and micro) will do over your time horizon; and 4) "whatever" else might be important.

Don't mean to sound like I'm being hard on you, but I think those that proffer advice (and I respect Fuskie - he/she has always been thoughful and thought provoking around here) not with context are simply guessing....
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