Today I came into work and found a bottle in the break room with a different company name on it, drying by the sink. I asked the secretary about it, and she pointed me to the CEO's office, telling me it was his. I asked him about it, and he explained to me very professionally that the company was a supplement company, and that he had taken up "promoting" the brand as a personal hobby.
After I sat down at my desk, I did some quick research, and deduced that this "supplement" company was a glorified pseudo-scientific pyramid scheme. Now I have absolutely no problem with people spending or investing on anything they want, however to see the highest executive fall victim to a pyramid scheme is troubling for me as an employee of the company.
We are a relatively small company, and I have a good relationship with the CEO, however it makes me question his ability to lead if he is willing to invest in a blatant scam. It's important to note however, that he has not used any company time to sell any products, and the most "promoting" he's ever done in the office was leave a branded bottle by the sink. If I didn't see the coffee mug, I would probably have had no idea that he was involved in the company at all.
Additionally, I would also like to point out that we are in no way competing with this supplement company, we are in a totally different industry, with completely different markets and products. I'm honestly not concerned with the CEO splitting his time between the two companies, as he is very professional in his conduct, I'm just concerned that his personal decisions might be indicative of poor decision making in general.
As a low-level employee, what are my options here?