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Who cares about a double four when you precede it with a triple seven?  If anyone noticed the 1,000% rise in with a zero or a four yesterday will notice an 88% drop back down to reality today.  The rise yesterday was due to selling for just under $20,000 and massively skewing the average higher.  What a sale! The importance of patterns can not be overstated.  I guess I could work on throwing out these outliers at some point for a better view of current conditions…


Most of the descriptions are easily understood, but just in case there are questions:
N = Numeric
I = Initial (a letter not including a,e,i,o,u,v)
C = Character (any number or letter)

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  1. Well that three character average is well scewed have you seen the prices of them lately on godaddy…

    Also the price rises in will be $3k….

    So DO NOT sell on the averages in this chart you could lose a potential fortune…

    1. Thanks for the comment Stu. The three character segment is on of the hardest to take an average of, because there is a lot of variance based on what type of three character the name is. Beyond that, there are pretty much no sales each day in the markets that Chaomi tracks. When that happens, it will just list the price from their home page — which is what is showing in the chart above. I hope you are right regarding, but this chart tries to show things as they are and not as they might be. Finally, I couldn’t agree more with your last sentence. I hope that no one sells on the averages in this chart. It is a daily reference. Please do your own homework before buying or selling anything.

  2. For years, people use to use 3character as the true market value. It was and still today off by a large percentage.

    If I used the chart above for 2 different sales this week, I would have left seven thousand dollars on the table.

    1. Thanks for the comment Meyer and thankfully you didn’t use this chart to determine what to sell your name for. That is not its intention — especially for something as varied as names.

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