Chart says it all. There is a potential bottom in place. Here are the facts: -Almost one year ago today, the price gapped up and then followed a steep uptrend that closely followed the 20 day moving average. 6 months later to the day of that gap, the price started coming down and selling off. -Almost two years ago today, the price gapped up and then followed a steep uptrend that closely followed the 20 day moving average. 6 months after that gap the price started coming down and selling off. -There has been lots of questionable events surrounding this company. There is clearly an internet pump/dump scheme going on that is very similiar to the one that took place with LBIX. Im seeing some type of automated program spam all of yahoo message boards. The spamming started occurring around November of last year when there was a price gap up and has continued to the current time. CEO, Vincent F. Sollitto, was interviewed on Jim Cramerâs Mad Money and said that business for Syntax-Brillian was âboomingâ and âvery wellâ. The company actually missed analyst earnings per shares by such a wide margin. The management of the company does not appear credible. - When the 20 and 50 day EMA have crossed, then that has been a signal to buy and to long for at least 6 months while the price travels up the 20 day EMA. - There is a larger cup that spans the entire trading history of the stock. The stock has retraced almost exactly 2/3 of that cup indicating now might be a possible turning point. - The MACD indicator has crossed. So with all this said, this is a very cautious long. I plan on longing it when the 20 and the 50 EMA cross and not before. There is still many issues such as... -the company missing estimates the last two quarters despite assurances from the CEO of business "booming" -the ongoing internet internet pump/dump scheme where a computerized program spams hundreds of duplicate messages across the yahoo message boards -several internet blogs by notable authors and one hedge fund manager explaining in excrutiating detail why they believe the stock is a short -Barron's slam articles -Jim Cramer reserving a spot on his Wall of Shame for the CEO (he usually places large cap CEOS on the wall) -the price that keeps dumping down making lower lows just about every other week Despite the issues, I would give the stock a chance if the 20 and the 50 can cross. As history dictates, when those two cross then its time to long, but I would be weak kneed to hold through any earnings calls. Too many issues with this company and one news announcement could easily tank the stock into obscurity.