There was a shopkeeper – sold tropical fish and accessories, in NYC – that I remember who was greedy.
Most prices, of necessity to manage to sell anything, were in line with other places but every now and then he couldn’t resist the temptation caused by his greed and so he would label something at three or four times the going price and hope some fool would pay it and he’d REALLY score. Mwa-ha-hahaha!!!
He was so greedy he once gave me a slug nickel in my change. Boy that must have made his day.
Of course, I would bet his actual income was LESS as a result of people disliking him and steering as much of their business as easily practical elsewhere on account of his greed, much more than making up for his occasional “scores.”
What is my point?
Greed does not always get you more.
If you want more results in a better way, buy 16 weeks worth and do 8 weeks on, 8 off, then 8 more on. At the 24 week point you will be in better shape than if you’d done a 12 week cycle and likewise were “off” as many weeks as “on.”
Or if all you can afford is 12 weeks’ worth, then do a 6 week cycle, take 6 weeks off, and do another 6 week cycle. Results will be better at that time point and thereafter than had you done the 12 week cycle, also.
Wanting more results is good. Being so avaricious of them that one greedily does actually-less-profitable things is not the way to go.