“His picture is on a plaque here at the big board,” said Quintanilla. “He was always in your corner. The investor’s corner.”
“I miss him every day,” added Faber. “I think it’s a tribute to him a year after his death, that a day doesn’t pass that I don’t get a tweet or an e-mail saying either, ‘Mark would have loved that question’ or, ‘Mark would be proud.’ People have not forgotten him for a very good reason.”
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