Today it closed just at the 200-day EMA and a bit of a hammer candle which often precedes and up day. The Bollinger bands have been tightening for months as prices have become less wild. Tight bands will lead to expansion. The volume at its highest was on the days when the stock closed in the green showing much more interest in buying the stock then in selling it. This is just what you want to see when a stock is in a consolidation more. No high volume selling - just as others have said - some folks who like to flip for a couple of penniless. Not really a bad idea if you like that sorts of thing--- buy extra when price is near 7 cents and sell off the trading portion whey it gets to a resistance - like right now minor resistance at 8.5 cents - 7 to 8.5 is about 20% profit so even if it only dips down here not so often you can ad some short term profits. When buyers feel AMBS is getting closer to some income then it will break pat the 8.5 cents and retest 10. At some point it will take off and when momentum happens it will eventually need to test the 0.139 it hit early in the year. Technically the stock is oversold now and the longer it stays oversold usually the more dramatic the rise when it moves again. It was way oversold in November at 4 cents and the break out took it to 14 cents - over a 300% gain. And last summer it ran from 3 to 9 - also about 300% - be prepared for the next time. At least now the company much better financed and has a very impressive team assembled.
After 4 months of building a base we had a huge volume move back up and now consolidating. Sales are really taking off and finally profits are about to hit. A lot of interest is now building for the company but they may need more shares in the float to get the trading volume higher on a regular basis. The chart says that much higher prices are coming this year. Go to any sports nutrition store and ask how they like Assault - you will find they love the product.