The Inverted Hammer looks exactly like a Shooting Star, but forms after a decline or downtrend. Inverted Hammers represent a potential trend reversal or support levels. After a decline, the long upper shadow indicates buying pressure during the session. However, the bulls were not able to sustain this buying pressure and prices closed well off of their highs to create the long upper shadow. Because of this failure, bullish confirmation is required before action. An Inverted Hammer followed by a gap up or long white candlestick with heavy volume could act as bullish confirmation.
Investors pay above $3 three month ago, and they check the company inside and outside. More then this from then we get two PR's and revenue surge very strong. I can't see any big reversal on that stock, but I can see on the next few weeks a huge surge only according the present activity.
A lot of signal shows that the direction is up, and if we get another PR it will fly above $7.00