I just wanted to let you know that my problem with "being stuck" now makes perfect sense.
I just got off the Wednesday training call with Paul Jenkins and he explained that the internet is "seasonal"... go figure. I actually never thought about it before but it's so obvious I felt a little goofy asking the question (fortunately there were a few others on the call that all chimed in that they had the same issue too).
But when you think about it, I guess it makes perfect sense. When the weather is really cold in the winter (in Phoenix we think it's "freezing" any time it hits 60), people are inside, bored, on their computers and a lot more transactions are taking place ...people are doing things.
But in the summer, people get out of the house and there's less internet traffic so fewer transactions - including ecurrency arbitrage transactions.
So I discovered that I really haven't "hit the wall" by keeping even during a seasonal slowdown, I've actually "improved".
Kind of hard to look at it that way but Paul said it was obvious. And even better, when the cold weather blows in and people spend more time inside, he thinks my numbers will shoot up on their own for no other reason than there are more transactions taking place. Just as my numbers leveled off when the slow season hit.
Of course, I'll be trying to push my business to improve right now so it really explodes come fall.