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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday February 24th, 2020

Escrow.com

While I don’t wish a bad economic downturn or a worldwide epidemic I do know that it presents a fantastic opportunity to get things at cheaper prices. The retirement of my wife and earned the most money during the down periods of 2007 to 2012. If I believe in something I keep buying on the up and the down. I often double up on the down. The key is knowing if its a point in time or a falling knife. My grandfather told me that I need to pay off my bills during the good times and buy things on credit during the bad. My Dad and I did exactly that in 2008. We bought land, greenhouses and vacation homes during the crash. Homes in Florida that were 700K went all the down to $150K. Those same homes are almost back up to the $700K range again.

Where I’m going with this is the Corona virus. There is no doubt in my mind that commerce is going to be disrupted around the world. It will get worse. Stocks are going down. Many of them will go down a significant amount. Apple will go down because of manufacturing slowdowns. But history tells you that it won’t stay that way. The company hasn’t changed its business model. It will present an opportunity to buy Apple stock at a discount.

To me a real economic downturn effects two important things. The price of transportation, food and housing. During an economic downturn housing prices usually go down. I think the future of gas prices stay low. More people using electric cars only helps. And the lack of vehicle use in China will actually make gas prices drop. If you remember in 2007 gas was $5 or more. A literal tax on every worker in America. $50 a week more was a huge impact on many families. The price of gas effects the disposable income of the working class. Cheap gas is good. So the corona virus is good in that aspect. And food. Food is local. Conceivably if Corona got into Mexico, Costa Rica, and South America than many of our fruits and vegetables could be effected but otherwise most of our food is produced somewhat locally and an overseas epidemic won’t effect that either.

So while I see Corona as a big deal and nobody wants to see fellow humans die or suffer. It does present an opportunity to get investments at a better rate. We all know many great domains are in the hands of people from China. That market could suffer. They could need to liquidate if things get bad enough. Again, an opportunity. All good investors make money on volatility and we’re definitely going to see a lot of volatility over the next few months

Domain of the Day: 3y.com Even more rare than LL.com

Quote of the Day: “If you want to be better tomorrow, go get after it today” -Daren Ruse

Park.io Names at Auction or Dropping

GOAT.gg The greatest of all time.gg

CC.ag Dot ag has a pretty high renewal rate but this is a pretty rare repeating LL

Banger.io Porn or a good song

GoBe.io I believe one word .io are the way to go but this is a pretty strong CVCV. Go Be is a great slogan and a good name for a startup

TrustFlow.io a way to measure how trustworthy your site it. I also think its a good world to use to measure influence

NYC.vc There are one of two venture capitalist in New York city

Namejet and Sedo Domains at Auction

OA.com I’m sticking with my prediction that this one sells. Already in the reserve range although its a big range

EO.net I think this one gets sold as well. Sounds like a Nelly song

BalloonStore.com Met reserve. Balloons will make a comeback as soon as they are made out of biodegradable material Buy low

Nervi.com Reserve under $100. Surprised no takers on this 5L

45.io Don’t see a lot of NN.io

Greeq.com Might be good enough for a branding site to take it

Qup.com Expiring LLL.com When that $8 renewal becomes too much

GetSober.com 1996 domain with some backlinks. No reserve

AthleticRehab.com Although most rehab is from getting old or getting obese, this is a huge market

Staging.net Registered in 196 other tlds. That alone makes the dot net worth something. No reserve

BeefStore.com Because not everyone is vegan or vegetarians

JamesWilson.com I would buy a suit here

Cariboo.com I like this spelling better than Caribou

AngryFork.com Reminds me a buffet in Vegas called the Wicked Spoon

Godaddy Domains With Bids

ActualValue.com Nobody wants to know this. They want opinion value. Of course they have to have the same value as the person searching for value

InvestingAcademy.com Top number of bids on the Godaddy board today

ClownFace.com We still doing clown names?

DrFugly.com That’s what some of these plastic surgeons should be going under

FairPractice.com Good name for a fair trade site

MaxPlay.com Good eSports or video game name

DailyHope.com There’s nothing in the world more powerful than Hope

Moderato.com Actually an English word. Moderate pace

Earthical.com and EarthTime.com Look at Namebio and you’ll see that earth names sell well. Earthical =ethical earth

PainPortal.com Not to find it but to get rid of it

BetFactor.com Not my favorite bet name but all bet names are worth looking in to

FCore.com No upgrade users that I see but Core is a good keyword

ForexIQ.com Learn Forex. The original bitcoin trading

TFCD.com Good letters. Time for CD. A model trades her photoshoot in exchange for a copy of the the whole shoot on a CD. Also called shoot for shots (I made that last part up)

HarvestSolutions.com Sounds like a farming company

HautePink.com Good play on Hot Pink

Nodders.com Makes me think of narcolepsy and yes men

VailVillage.com What people often call the area right around the ski slopes in Vail

VintageFloors.com A lot of people have no idea how big the market is for floors made of reclaimed wood, from reclaimed old floors, or wood at the bottom of the Mississippi

Digital123.com Adding 123 is good for getting a unique name but keeping it easy to remember

ElegantBrides.com Hot and elegant

PeakBeauty.com 28

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

Marevo.com

LeafClinic.com

Valvera.com

Studyful.com

InLibra.com

TheTurnout.com

GreatAttitudes.com

SimplyPerfectNails.com

BestLobsters.com

TeamEscrow.com

Truxly.com

FreshRank.com


The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

127444.com
AlanOfFenLaw.com
Ana.me
ArtEcoMuniCarte.com
BaliTheatre.com
BioJobBlog.com
BTCGain.com
CadGarage.com
CarAlpha.com
CityDomains.com
CityFunding.com
Clarot.com
CNEPub.com
CocGems.com
Commercial-Roofing-Contractors.com
DialVision.com
DirectoryMix.com
DNInfo.com
drkfs.net
DubaiTask.com
eam2go.com
EmbeddedSecurityNews.com
EnsembleMedia.com
Eokl.com
EscrowTeam.com
EsPhoto.com
FacesFromTheWall.com
Focussing.com
FreeHipHop.com
FunctionGroup.com
FunGeek.com
Fuyb.com
GamblingCity.net
GoTaki.com
gs588.com
HankWilliamsListings.com
HealthPlusWeb.com
IranNewSwatch.com
iswa2018.org
JCIJ.com
JunoCapital.com
khabrein.info
ks788.com
lexinter.net
LucidUs.net
MagnaMags.com
MakeMineAmilLion.org
MedTechWings.com
mf08s.com
mg158.com
MikeIsabella.com
MyDomainStat.com
NLWirth.com
OnGakuBaka.com
Pakwatan.com
PilotWorks.com
PixelCake.com
PlusFeminism.org
Popco.org
PrivatePicture.com
ProdUp.com
Progenix.com
PromoteTheProgress.com
proxyrss.com
QuotationRing.net
RKSU.com
saratusar.com
ScreeningForProstateCancer.org
Scrollz.com
SecurityTokenExchange.com
SevenDevilSlodge.com
SibyllineOrder.org
SkintAsTics.com
SkiSitzmark.org
SocialCompliance.com
SouthSeasCycles.com
SpyOnTech.com
SummitSoftCorp.com
TheSRS.com
TheUblyDragWay.com
TonoSushi.com
TrendyDrugs.org
Turbos.net
Turismoinliguria.com
TXVP.com
Ventuneac.net
Viatab.com
VictoriaBuskers.com
WafedBank.com
webs-tv.net
WhoMikeJones.com
WireSeek.org
wwflaos.org
XJeans.com
Xunleiku.cc
Yantrix.com
YRUL.com
YxAW.com
YXBF.com
ZeroGravityClub.com
Zeseikankoku.org





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