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Two totally different questions, for two totally different investment decision points, with two different risks.

Fair point but there is slight contradiction.

On one hand you don't care for "inspiration from management" in your investments but "just returns" and
on the other hand you reject a company due to your dislike for management "irrespective of the returns".

Seems to me that you have created these rules are retroactively.
None of this means you should or should have invested in FB.
Your money your rules.

Also, injecting Mafia in the discussion is like injecting Hitler. FB is not a Mafia business.

Rendering judgement on companies on these morality based standards is a slippery slope.
Pharma ? Oil ? Insurance ? Banking ? Social Media ?
Plenty of people lined up to throw stones at each of these.
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