In this daily chart of GME, above, we can see prices are above the flat 50-day moving average line but below the declining 200-day average line. The On-Balance-Volume (OBV) line has been moving up since January in fits and starts, but overall it's telling us that buyers of GME have become more aggressive. In May and June, there is a bullish divergence with prices making lower lows and the 12-day momentum study making a higher low. There is chart resistance in the $32-$34 area that would need to be overcome before prices move higher.
In this weekly chart of GME, above, we can see prices are testing the declining 40-week moving average line. The OBV line on this time frame is positive. There seem to be two lows around $26 for a possible double bottom of sorts. Notice what the 12-week momentum study is doing in the lower panel -- a much higher reading on the second low vs. the first low. This is a bullish setup. Aggressive traders could go long GME here at current levels and add to longs on closes above $32 and $34 risking below $28.