The chart encapsulates a long, steady decline that actually dates back to early 2011. The 50-day MA (blue line) more or less served as resistance during this protracted downtrend. Price bottomed last November at around $12 and has since more than doubled before the recent pullback.
So many bullish things in the chart, I don't know where to start:
- The inverse head-and-shoulders (green circles). The green line at $20 represents the neckline, which was successfully breached this past February only to revert and sell-off. However, last month the neckline was broken through again, this time more meaningfully with high volume and a gap up (second time is often the charm).
- Note the huge reversal day this past April, abruptly halting the downtrend near the 50-day MA with a huge spike-up in volume, clearly signaling a change in sentiment.
- The Golden Cross in early February, with the 50-day MA rising up through the 200-day MA.
- The 200-day MA (red line) had been heading south since 2011, but flattened out earlier this year and now is ascending.
- Volume spikes this year have occurred for rising price periods, with volume drying up and declining when price has either retreated or consolidated sideways (see orange lines) -- bullish action that suggests ongoing accumulation. In contrast, note the orange box for early last year showing elevated volume as price steadily eroded, suggesting distribution.
- After the fast and furious run-up from $16 to $26 in April-May, price has since undergone a healthy pullback, holding at the 50-day MA area of $22. More recently price has responded nicely, lifting off and approaching $24, further confirming the 50-day MA as solid support.
- Assuming this recent pullback holds, it's bullish to see the RSI remain at around 50 during this price retreat, indicating impressive momentum and confirming a change in trend from bearish to bullish.