Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Saturday, December 2nd, 2017

Dec 02 2017

Escrow.com

This was the advice given in the Namepros forum by a member.  The question was “Do one world .cc have any value?”  The answer…………

CC is worthless. And they are expensive to renew. I keep Spanish.cc and Russian.cc
only because I have websites for them. Avoid dot com as they are over priced.
You can still get good keywords for dot US very inexpensively. Dot US can only go up
in value. Dot com can only go down.

Advice is opinion, I get that. But its scary to think that someone may actually listen to this kind of rationale.  I’m not saying dot cc has great value (although I have made 30 times my investment in .cc) .  I’m not saying .US has none (although the lack of sales prove not a ton of value).   I am saying that substitute any investment product anywhere in that statement and its still lacks any kind of investment background.   In trading you always pay attention to stocks making all time highs because the tend to run.  You avoid buying things just because they are cheap.  Risk reward yes.  Price to value yes.  Cheap no

Just summarize it.  Avoid dot com. Buy dot US.   That will get you far in domain investing.

Go Ohio State, TCU, and ehhhhh Auburn.

Quote of the Day: A grownup is a child with layers on”  -Woody Harrelson

Domain of the Day:  LiveStrain.com  Sounds like a horror movie or a canna site.  1 bid

 

 

Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction

CancerDoctor.com   With the lifestyles of Americans this domain will only go up in value

ComplianceGuide.com   A lot of money in giving compliance information.  Fear of fines is a great sales tool

TTIC.com  1995 domain and a discount with the I

RedBrain.com  Met reserve at $100.   Easy logo, easy to say and spell.  Love these types of names

TheBetterIdea.com  1998 birthday.   But nobody thinks its a good idea to buy it. No bids

BearFire.com Tough sounding name.  Easy to spell and say.  No bids

CoinDreams.com Only one bidders.  You saw it has coin in it right?

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

 

AndWeed.com    Because everything is better with weed

Topacio.com   C’mon.  Don’t pretend you weren’t a huge fan of this Venezuelan telenovela

PSGC.com  Great letters, ends in C.  Under $1300 would be a good buy IMO

MXJC.com   But this one will probably go higher because of the X and the Chinese that love it

GamblingDebt.com   You should pick up BrokenLegs.com to go with this one

JustComedy.com   I don’t like it but at $200

PCDA.com  Not getting much love because it has a reserve on it

NonstopFunding.com   wouldn’t that be nice

WGL.cc    LLL with all consonants is still money

KingsOfBitCoin.com   Better have made seven figures in Bitcoin to claim this title

WhenParentsText.com  Already lots of sites and books with this name

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

Terlo.com  Solid 5L.com with no bids

BuyPumpkins.com  If you sell pumpkins its not a bad buy at $12.  And you’re not going to get pumpkins.com

Stemra.com   Stem cell therapy?

CellularEnergy.com  Energy…..at the cellular level

NinjaStorm.com  Sounds like a Magic Bullet type sales system

SugarPatch.com  Sweet name

Godaddy Names With Bids

365837.com
837365.com
837838.com
Access-Controlled.net
AnalyticsInsights.com
AngiesPhotobooths.net
BarkerBrewing.com
BeCozie.net
BlockChainAssembly.com
BrianGossett.com
CherokeeRetreatCenter.com
ComToilet.com
ConsumerSpot.com
Crosci.com
DavidSpot.com
Dedikomania.com
FasttrackFTP.com
Fuel4arts.net
Fundacarh.org
GCamera.com
GGYL.net
IdentifyInc.com
InfinitiService.com
JuicedLink.com
JustJazzit.com
LearnAboutCryptoCurrency.com
LegacyOfHeroes.org
LetsBeGameChangers.com
LittleRuler.com
LiveStrain.com
MapsTogo.com
MedicaShare.com
Melonet.com
Menotty.com
MiearthWorks.com
MonclerDealsOnline.com
MRFJ.net
MrsSpa.com
MyPattaya.com
MyQuickCoins.com
MySillyMonkeys.com
NDTDiary.com
NetBroker.org
NIHF.com
NorthRaleighDentistBlog.com
NYshb.com
OGYL.com
Opiate.us
PortalAnalytics.com
Qiefan.com
RagdollBreedClub.org
Raitport.com
RapidVision.com
ReinventingGoals.com
ResourceGeneratorHQ.com
SalesLess.com
SassyBrows.com
SelfDrivingIQ.com
Shim-Center.org
SMWorks.com
SofraTextiles.com
SouthernBendFestival.com
Sucarro.com
SwapPresents.com
Taishanxx.com
TCMBM.com
Thaio.com
TippingPointTavern.com
TP-straw.com
tpbp.net
TPCCA.org
TrieMedical.com
TrustedBusinessConsultants.com
VenturaLimonCello.com
VinReveal.com
VoltaLife.com
w8pgw.org
WANmp3.net
WebYeezy.com
WNGM.net
XLInteractive.com
YolowTV.com
YouFaned.com
zgcjt.com
ZRZG.net
Zupgrade.com

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. I Charge $10 per name per day. We may be able to help. If you have an auction you want to promote, email us for details.*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

Share This

About the author

Outsmarting the Dumb, Outworking the Smart

View all articles by ShaneCultra

11 comments

  1. Ategy

    Hey .. Everything ok with Ike?
    .
    I own a very small number of .cc (now single digit .. really good terms (StockExchange, Solitaire, Astronomy).. unfortunately at the start of my “domaining” I did buy a few single terms that really didn’t have much chance of reselling, even if they appeared like they did (reptiles, airplaines).
    .
    Ironically I do search the .cc expiration list (mainly because it’s so tiny it takes no time at all. Because of the unpredictability of ownership rules in .us, I don’t really check them. But I do own a couple (MerchantServices and Slogan). If you take away the ownership rules, I’d say you’re better off with .us over .cc. Both are pretty speculative though and you need to have seriously monster terms to justify holding.
    .
    In fact .. almost everything in domains is speculative. Even “lower” end dot com’s .. as despite what anyone’s opinion is on altTLD’s , at the end of the day the very top single term altTLD’s in the *better* altTDL’s will start to take a bite into lower and .com as altTLD’s start to get more recognised (how quick that will be in a completely different discussion .. I’m not saying tomorrow .. but not 20 years either .. it’s just going to be a subtle shift/transition)
    .
    NOTE: At this point I definite altTLD as anything aside from .com, .org and core ccTLD’s .. so basically all new and old gTLD’s .biz .pro .loan .xyz .info .club (and yes .net now), and ccTLD’s with alternate use like .me .tv .co .io etc. Not saying these are good or bad .. I think each should be judged on their own merit .. but they on a different tier from .com (and I think .org, while nowhere close to .com hasn’t really changed in usage or end-use demand since the start .. while .net I now consider a good solid tech related altTLD)
    .
    All that preamble just to get to my actual point .. lol .. in that single word and meaningful single term .com’s are not in the same part of the whole value speculation. One could certainly argue how fast they will go up .. or even whether specific domains will go up or down .. and even that some classes (ex: LLL) are in a bubble or not (like Chine 2015) .. but the principle economic fundamental of supply and demand pretty much guarantees that as long as the Internet itself doesn’t really change, that the ever growing number of businesses actually using these .com’s is drying up a fixed number supply. So the prices are going up because demand is constantly going up as more companies startup or old ones go online .. but more importantly, even faster, the supply is drying out .. so the long term value is not speculation (unless you’re speculating on how we will actually use the internet and domains themselves).
    .
    The only possible way to increase supply of premium .com is to change the definition of “Premium” .. which has been happening all along as at first it was LL.com and single words .. then grew to include LLL.com and super amazing 2-word “single-terms” .. Multi-word “sayings” are on the rise .. in the future possibly LLLL.com and definitely the standards for solid 2-words will slip to include more possibilities. It also depends on what price-point you justify being premium .. but in reality it’s more about figuring out if a domain is in a category with noticeably diminishing supply.
    .
    What does all this mean? At the end of the day it’s still all about finding value for what has a good chance of selling. .xyz’s are total garbage in my mind … but as Ike showed all of us .. when you buy garbage at 1 cent it can still certainly have value. Then the opposite is true as well .. you can most certainly overpay for even good .com’s (that’s why I always felt the one hiccup in the Sherpa Review’s was that many of the reviews were done pretty blindly not knowing acquisition costs and/or holding costs for premium nTLD’s).
    .
    At the end of the day it’s all about finding value .. as every single domain (including the amazing x.com) could be a bad buy depending on price .. and on the other hand a fair number of domains could be good buys if the price is low enough (many still aren’t even worth a penny though .. lol). The art of domaining figuring out where each domain falls on the value scale based on BOTH sides of the dot, and then buying the domain for an amount significantly below that so you have a margin to justify holding it long enough to find a buyer.
    .
    .. And that’s all I have to say about that .. lol .. you can blame this ramble on Ike since I budgeted a lot more time to go through his usually super long Saturday lists .. lol 😉

      1. Ategy

        Sure .. I always end up writing more here than on my own list at NP for some odd reason anyways .. lol .. But what I need more than anything else .. is the ability to edit my posts for obviously early morning / late night typos! 😉
        .
        PS .. If it’s not too personal .. Is everything ok with Ike?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *