Aww that's ok. Here's another question.
Looking at MtGox's ticker data returned by the API, it seems in almost every given scenario it's giving a profit based on their rates.
just returned the following:
Which (I think) means that a Bitcoin was just bought at the rate of $19.3444->1BTC, and a bitcoin was just sold at a rate of $19.5981->1BTC.
As they have a trading API, wouldn't it be possible (and why hasn't someone) written scripts to take advantage of this difference (as it's greater than their .65% fee)? (I just want to make sure I'm not thinking about it wrong.)
$19.3444 * .0065 = 0.1257386
So theoretically, assuming those rates were held constant, you'd make a (very small) profit by going from 1BTC --> USD --> 1BTC. Is that math correct?
Thanks! Sorry for the strange question.