Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday JANUARY 2nd, 2018

Jan 03 2018

Escrow.com

 

I have always invested in things I know.  Things I see.  Things I use.  It has made me hundreds of thousands of dollars over the years.  But I have gotten burned lately by things that appeared as one thing but were really another.  Let’s take my recent Nike trade.   I have always collected shoes.  Over the last year Nike shoes began to start selling out in minutes.  New releases are so hot that they are double the price on StockX the next day.  It wasn’t just a couple, it was pretty much most of the sneakers. And all on their own site so they keep all the money.  Clothing was the same.  They were often sold out of clothing too.   Stock X showed the resale market for Nike over taking Addidas for the first time in a while since Adidas became the hot shoe.  I bought Nike options hoping they would crush earning.

Not only did they not crush them, they admitted they greatly reduced quantities to make the shoes appear scarce.  They could have sold tons more but they wanted to create buzz.  Everything I saw was fake.  Cool if you are a shoe collector, bad if you hoping their stock goes up.  The numbers were ridiculously low with guidance for next year just as bad.  China sales were great so the stock hasn’t actually changed much but it reminded me that much of what you see in a company on the outside isn’t what is happening on the inside.  I need to do more homework when I put my money in.  Crypto returns got me feeling invincible and while that can really rack up the returns, it can also make you lose money quickly.

It is true in our domain investing world.  I got burned on .WS because half the ownership team told me great stories of what would be happening and the push ahead.  Turns out the other half of the ownership wanted nothing to do with it and the push didn’t turn out to be the marketing program but pushing out the owner I worked with out the door.  Lessoned learned.   Check the entire ship before you go sailing.  Here are today’s names at auction today.  Click for current price 

Today’s Free Domain of the Day  Colt.io

Quote of the Day: “If you knew how rarely people think about you, you wouldn’t worry about the opinions of others”  -Eleanor Roosevelt

Domain of the Day:  CryptoSpecial.com   Another fine Crypto name at auction.  I can tell this one is special because it says it right there

 

Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction

Chomped.com     Great food name.  Could also be a pet brand

WYWA.com  The LLLL.com with three good letters and ends in A have been doing great lately.  I was out of IHSA.com at $1500 yesterday and it went even higher

TreeBitcoin.com  Seriously, some of these names are completely stupid.   I get that coin names are getting purchased by end users more than ever but it still doesn’t make this name any less awful

GameCrypto.com   This one is much better.  No doubt crypto will be used in game in time

ThirdRoad.com   No bidders. 1998 birthday.  Third road is a charm

PinkStore.com     Feminine sounding name although not just girls wear pink

Dataline.com  Very nice brand.  smooth clean data name.

GXCC.com  Like C at the end?  Get two.  1999 domain

SelfDefenseTraining.com   A bit long but that’s exactly what it is

66.ws   As a NN.ws owner (from the .ws purchase mentioned in opening) I am curious how this will do

JollyBee.com  The name of a geranium that I sell but a nice brand by itself

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

 

Mabou.com   A place in Nova Scotia and a nice 5L

MikesRadioWorld.com   Mike had quite a site. 68,000 backlinks  and still gets 1000 monthly visits

GuitarCases.com    Top price on the board today.  You know what you’re going to get here

0pg.com  Zero PG.   Doing better than I thought it would with the zero

Defty.com  Nice 5L getting some bids.  Reminds me of Efty

BabyFacts.com   I thought it was more of a buildout type name but bidders like it on its own

ENL.cc  LLL.cc still has good value

VRWD.com   V is only good in LLLL.coms when there is an R behind it.   And it does

PerformanceFinancial.com   When it comes to finances you hope for good performance.  You get it right here in the title

SpinDesk.com    I’m thinking more PR company than a place to eat o work that spins

ChildCarSeats.com   Big enough product line to have a whole site built around it

SanDiegoTowing.com  Because even in lovely San Diego, cars and trucks need towing

 

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

 

Lupra.com No bids. Would be a very nice pickup for $12 but since this is here it probably will go for a little moreAgriMaps.com  Farmers use drones and agricultural maps to maximize their yields.  One bid

MistWeaver.com  Not a ton of value but cool sounding brand

UniqueIslands.com  I’ve seen shows where people buy islands. So I know they are available for purchase

TimeoftheMonthClub.com Husbands.  We’re all members

SailToCuba.com  great marketing name for a charter company. Used to be the easiest way to visit.

PocketWish.com   It’s always nice to have a wish in your pocket if you need it.  No bids

Spoonty.com  Food name has no bids but 90 visits per month (if you believe GD’s numbers)

MegaBarn.com  Sounds like things are going to be cheap here

ItIsComing.com Can’t wait to see what IT is

ChinaLeague.com   Some of the biggest leagues are in China.  Helps to have billions of people to join the leagues

Inducer.com   Biology name.  Companies love to name stuff with Biology terms

DrugSys.com  Another nice medical name

MineDraft.com  Type for MineCraft or a crypto mining name

 

Godaddy Names With Bids

139hg.com
Accrosdeschiens.com
AstroMining.com
ATYJ.com
B-rollstock.com
b565.com
cffcm.org
CoreCrush.com
DBOGlobal.com
EchoLight.info
Enter2017.org
FCCG.net
FloridaFlorist.com
Francisbitonti.com
GetRehab.com
Global-mma.com
GotoCity.com
GYTN.net
HarvestNoon.com
HellForLeather.com
HelloBarcelona.com
HeroBike.org
Innova24.biz
LeaseLondon.com
Libreriaucr.com
ma173.com
MakeTheBestGreenSmoothies.com
MissAutoWrecker.com
NailArtDesigns.com
NanoSprint.com
NewburyHist.org
OilSpillKits.com
OZZN.com
PandaCart.com
Patriotic-Front.com
PhysicianWork.com
ProfilePlaylist.net
QAQ.cc
RHPC.net
RZTS.net
SaltboxProperties.com
ShadowWithin.com
StudentsDivest.org
TaroTreadingPsychic.com
theomedia.com
ThomasGuideShow.com
TixTox.com
TowingOrangeville.com
tranquilobackpackers.com
Tumotech.com
VitesseYachts.com
WhiteRockSeaFestival.com
WinsTonsOfLouisville.com
xgcpw.com
Yeyzx.com
yzhf.net

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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3 comments

  1. Ategy

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    What has me worried about Crypto is the complete lack of real government reaction either way.
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    While Bitcoins in way need to be traded in integers, the psychological $10,000 threshold blows past the transactional limit where anti-terrorism reporting comes into play. I see governments really using that as the excuse they need to kill these currencies they have no control over. And yes .. in theory they don’t have “control” over crypto .. but the moment they make such transactions “illegal”, the market will certainly melt as big “legit” players cash out.
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    Also .. kinda hard to ignore the fact that a lot of these currencies are controlled from above by big players. I feel it’s a bit like online poker .. where in theory most are actually legit .. but in reality you have no clue .. and more importantly .. no way of really knowing the truth.
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    Finally .. the claim that crypto is the future I think is also a little too fuzzy and bright compared to the reality that most people have no clue about the actual real technology behind it .. and any sort of critical mass of average citizen users is a very very long way away.
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    While they are all worth billions on paper .. they also theoretically still aren’t worth anything or backed by anything. Some argue the same with national currencies .. but the truth is that there is most certainly support and security behind national currencies (not always great support in some cases .. but still far better than nothing).

    1. Steve

      Yes, dead just like the internet. A fad. Lol. Genie is out of the bottle. Btc = freedom from fiat criminals. Governments will love it. Every time I need to cash a significant amount out it goes to an exchange then my bank then its taxed. Voila the government gets it’s pound of flesh. Like crack for crackheads.
      Just like legal pot the $$$ will be too hard for them to resist. For sure.
      The sky is definitely not falling.

      Nudge nudge dgb + Ltc + ada = long.☺

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