STSI has been under consolidation since July 23rd, as I've pointed out numerous times. I've also pointed out that the longer the consolidation goes, 1) the stronger the support lines become, and 2) the higher a potential breakout is likely to be.
While I agree that the stochastics look to be solid, I disagree that the 20dma at $2.01 is "now established over the 200dma ($1.93)". Even today, the stock found support ($1.95) at the 200dma, not the 20dma. Further, the 20dma has not served as support levels for STSI of late. Thus I don't see it playing much of a role in future pricing of the stock. However, your notice that the 50dma is heading upward is spot on, as once it crosses the 200dma (IF it crosses), then the Golden Cross is in play.
Finally, I still have to maintain that this consolidation period is really nothing more than just investors waiting around for (good) news to hit, at which point they'd be willing to take the pps higher. Without a catalyst occurring, I just don't see the consolidation ending. You need something to show the promise of higher revenues down the line.