Facebook Inc.

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Source: https://www.forbes.com/sites/zakdoffman/...8e9c033623


Facebook's business model lately has been "gathering as much private information as we can get away with from our users". In fact, it has always been this way if you have been observing Zuckerberg for awhile (https://www.esquire.com/uk/latest-news/a...ta-dumb-f/). Instead, they could have accreted much more shareholder value, by, say: making their product more useful to their users; making the best interest of their users and advertisers aligned; disrupting more industries etc.

This is why I'm not invested in Facebook, despite their quasi-monopoly status, attractive valuation, and growth prospect.

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(ex-investor)
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