Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday, December 22nd, 2017

Dec 22 2017

Escrow.com

 

You want to make $1000?  The easiest way to make money is to get past what you like or don’t.  To put down your mirror and put in a window.  This has nothing to do with you. Its what other people think.  If you are creating a service, a technology then perhaps you have a chance of creating something so good that people will come to realize they need it.  But most likely you will fill a hole. A need.   You are going to make money in what others want or think is of value.

Just because you don’t understand it doesn’t mean it has no value.  I f’n hate diamonds.  I think its ludicrous that people will pay tens of thousands for a piece of glass that comes out of the earth.  That some person rates them and tells me if its prettier than the others.  One of the stupidest thing someone can spend there money on.  I think those thousands of diamond chips they put on my bricksaw are much more valuable to me.  And I can get a thousand of them on a blade for $75.   Yet I know other people value them so I would have no problem buying and selling them if I decided to learn the diamond trade. I will trade anything if I think I can make money.  (anything legal)

Crypto is a perfect example. Last night a fantastic opportunity to make some money came up.  About 9 pm central BTC took a nosedive.  Twitter lit up with crash talk.  Other crypto followed.  I was in cash waiting for people to take profit for the end of year and the holidays from this big run.   But then last night I see this huge move down.  Is the crash here already?  I know that the big crash is not going to be on a Thursday night. History tells me a $1000 dip will be bought.  A $2000 dip will as well.   I got a little cautious when it got into the high 13s.  Once it rose in the low 14s I bought back my coin, rode it to 15 and took my profit.  $900 after fees for merely knowing the market.

Does bitcoin have to have functional value, a future, or too much risk?  Maybe.  But there was an opportunity to make money based on the short history of the coin that presented opportunity to make money. That’s my job.  Hell, I didn’t have anything else to do on a Thursday night and its not like domain investing is active.  As I type this I am looking for it to go to low 14s to do it again.   (edit. woke up at 3:45 to see it in the 13s all night while I slept ) Domain investing is the exact opposite to trading.  Its a buy and hold game so I might as well make myself useful doing something else while I wait.

I’m not saying buy crypto.  But I am saying that just because you don’t believe in the future of something doesn’t mean you can’t flip or trade something hot.  Take advantage of your new window and see what people are coveting at that point in time and sell it to them.   I think emoji urls are dumb.  Not that I don’t like emojis themselves but because you have to put most of them on the .ws tld.  And because some other tld will start allowing them and there will be several smiley face domains.  Yet I have no problem buying and selling them right now.  This isn’t about what I like, its about what people are buying.  “I make plenty of money in dot coms”  I bet you do.  But there is more money out there.  Out of your comfort zone.  You also can have two strategies.  You can hold some things long and trade some of it on the side for cash flow.  The key is don’t hold things you don’t believe in very long.  Get in, get out

I’m not telling you to throw darts.  What I am telling you is to check out the dart board and the ping pong table, and the shuffle hockey table. There are a lot of games in town.  You don’t have to play just one.   Here are today’s names. They don’t work unless you click on them

 

Quote of the Day:    Rank does not confer privilege or give power. It imposes responsibility’  -Peter Drucker

Domain of the Day: WeDontHaveANameYet.com Might be my favorite name of the year. Maybe not favorite but I really do like it.

 

Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction

Pami.com   Met reserve so its going to sell.  Looks like its going to take 5 figures to own it

MoviePlayer.com   Sounds like a 90s name but still relevant

LeadFuture.com       Crypto?  Ha.  Cool people are trading lead futures.  Seriously, I think the bidders are actually looking at future tech

CoinCredible.com    The hottest word on the Internet according to Verisign.  3 bids

WeddingPhotography.co  For those of you that believe in dot co

GoodMaster.com     The Bible, domination, or good original copy.  21 bidders

VintageJewelry.com     Vintage jewelry has been a good market for hundreds of years. Most likely always will

TotalLife.com  sounds like a health or power drink

StartupStart.com  A site that helps startups get started. BIN at $99

UnOwned.com  Didn’t think this would get anywhere near this price

MyFollowers.com  Met reserve.  It’s all about influencers

Islamville.com   Hundreds of millions of people are Islamic.  $99 BIN

Mulched.com   Good name for the landscape industry.  We do half a million in mulch.  I know

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

OLOC.com   Great letters and the two Os give you a big discount

TrustChip.com    I consider it a crypto name.  Getting bids for one reason or another

Arese.com   A commune in Milan Italy.  1996 Birthday

Stanbridge.com    It’s a university thus all the bids

Coinvestor.net    So hot that even the dot nets are getting action

MyBitcoinWealth.com    Bitcoin

SugarWatch.com   14 year old and sugar kills.  Just kills slowly and deliciously

YoungCuteGirls.com    Just in case Roy Moore reads our list

CannabisPatients.com   Cannabis has certainly could be considered medicine for some.  Especially pain

Dogs365.com  and 65vegan.com   In case you were looking for 365 names

SystemCoin.com    Pretty much any word in front of coin is worth $50 or more right now

SlabRepair.com   Could be a driveway, patio repair name

Nice Group of LLLL.coms Expiring Today

RFIA.com

PDSO.com

OWMM.com

UCGX.com

IKXN.com

VYIH.com

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

CyberCannabis.com   Online cannabis is coming. Buy the names before it happens

ClickZero.com  Not a bad name for a zero click ad company.  No bidders

BrowseAnon.com  Not a ton of value but good name for a VPN or proxy server

TheTalentShop.com   Talent agency name all the way

WeKnowTalent.com   Might as well get the slogan with the name above. No bids as well

Godaddy Names With Bids

068822.com
86422.com
AlternativeTradeMandate.org
Blogola.com
Body.ws
ClientVille.com
Engageitsv.com
EVWX.com
FattyPig.com
FlyFishNC.com
FRVZ.com
FurnitureFirm.com
Ghost-Ships.org
GlobalMotors.net
healthyhowardmd.org
HXNU.com
IdabelCountryClub.com
JeuxDeCasino.net
JudeHouse.org
JustRefresh.com
kuzeydoguanadolu.net
LiveForGood.com
LLDS.net
LondonSport.com
LPUPTeachers.com
Maimaidu.com
MusclePerfect.com
musicdjsmp3.com
MXCR.net
MyEmmas.com
NortheastTurkey.net
NutriforceSports.com
NWBrewPage.com
OfficialDogRegistry.com
OnlyBloggerTemplates.com
PianoTrader.com
PKRorg
PreventCybercrime.org
RadiusRetail.com
RainbowKidsYoga.net
Ricketty.com
RockDance.com
Stopwatch-Timer.com
SustainableBusinessAlliance.org
TashMode.com
TheSbf.com
TWSR.net
VFXT.com
VYEF.com
VYPUF.com
Webinario.com

XNETRealestate.com
All names chosen by me Shane, or Josh . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything I say is based on my own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or my opinion is correct. I hand choose my names but I am paid to make this list by the auction houses, individuals that are auctioning names, and Godaddy affiliate links. Keep that in mind and only buy names that YOU think are good

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6 comments

  1. John D

    Sell off on a typical fibonacci chart would show a 40% sell off then rebound which would indicate $11k. Not sure that accounts for Christmas money though, we’ll see! Good article.

  2. Tony

    It went to as low as $10,500 within the last 30 mins. Bounced back up to $12,000 very quickly and oscillating around $11,500 now. Could be a good opportunity to get back in.

  3. Tony

    There’s support at $10,000 so if it breaks through that mark, the next support is $8,000. If it goes up, the next level up is back to $15,000.

  4. Sinh Pham The

    At present “coin” domain is hot, it is a trending. Finally systemcoin.com has sold for 402 USD, as I know, Coinsummit dot com sold for $2,800, NationCoin dot com sold for $1,800…they were not reported at NameBio.

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