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“sundance did not welcome that bid from hanlon

  1. If you believe this chartist rubbish you are bonkers.

    Do you think the directors of SDL are sitting in their cocktail bars thinking how they are going to close some gap on the share price? No. If they are dinkum they are thinking how the hell am I going to get a deal across the line before we run out of cash, because it won't be easy selling a capital raising to existing shareholders, let alone sophisticated investors if we don't.

    If they aren't dinkum they are sitting in that cocktail bar thinking, get me another margarita, doesn't matter the shareholders are paying and by the way isn't that waitress cute.

    If you people gives thumbs up to closing the gap and the market is always right, you deserve to be driven into the ground by the Chinese.

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