Technical analysis is like reading the shadows on the wall. It does not say anything about the source of light, the object, where the object is moving next...IT IS THE LAZY WAY AND LOSES MONEY.
CRAY is an old fashioned growth stock - innovative HPC systems with vast Government and commercial applications ahead. Of course the questioners at the conference yesterday displayed logic rather than an understanding of computing systems. It doesn't matter - so long as there are some active investors in the fund community in San Francisco the questioners will go back to the office and their committees will buy a few shares.
Innovation in American products is rare. RAI seems to have an innovative e-cig system, for example. Generally our products copy others and that is the main reason our exports are not well received.
Don't blame the lack of demand. The consumers around the world want a value proposition,not an American brand which is unoriginal and overpriced.