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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday April 3rd, 2020

Escrow.com

It will be interesting to see how the stimulus checks effect the economy. As a guy that sells stuff I think its only going to help. They have to spend it on something. It may be life bills. Rent, food, car. But for those that are still wealthy but under the $198,000 threshold they may spend it on plants. I can tell you what they won’t be spending it on. Travel, vacations.

I am fortunate that between domain investing and the nursery I don’t qualify but if you’re a domain investor $1200 doesn’t move the needle. After 10 years of buying names, sometimes you put $1000 on a maybe domain. Again, I am fortunate and realize that to many $1000 not only moves the needle, it might be a life changer. I was that guy at one point in my life, many of my employees are in that boat. Why don’t you pay them more? Some make $40K a year and still live paycheck to paycheck. Most people don’t do a good job of managing money.

I can look at the parking lot and tell who is good with money. People cherish cars too much. Cars are meant to be nice once you’ve become wealthy. Until then you merely need something safe, gets good gas mileage, and doesn’t need to be repaired all the time. Everything above that is a waste of money that could be used for something else. Cars are utilitarian.

I’m actually looking forward to hearing where the money goes. Its meant to help those with bills and prop up the economy through spending. I think it will do both. No chance in hell anyone saves it. Its found money. And that’s exactly what the government did, found it and printed it. I’ll let my daughter worry about what to do about paying it back

Domain of the Day: VerticalJump.com People would pay 1000s to get theirs to be higher. In High School your popularity to vertical jump was proportional

Quote of the Day: “People who are unable to abandon anything will fail to bring about any change.” – Armin Arlert

Park.io Names at Auction or Dropping

Savory.io Cooking name all the way

Iggy.io The cartoon, the Azalea

Links.ly We still short linking?

Wants.to Another great use of the dot to ending

2468.vc who do we appreciate

Namejet and Sedo & More Domains at Auction

VistaSolutions.com Upgrade name for dozens of companies

GSmith.com Worth few hundred as an email alone

NorthernPines.com Nice sounding brand

TheFashion.com Pending delete. Worth putting in a bid everywhere

IsMy.com I didn’t think it would hit reserve . I may be wrong

LNYC.com No reserve. NYC will come back. It always does

uFishing.com If Josh isn’t bidding on it nobody should

XRuby.com Ruby on Rails

VirtualMorgan.com You see this Morgan L?

TopDart.com Bullseye . 19 years old

StreetCamping.com What the rich think the homeless are doing

Godaddy Domains With Bids

12525.com Top number of bids and wouldn’t be surprised to see this get close to $10K

3049.com Love it. I miss my 4N portfolio every day

SMSI.com 5Ns and LLLL.coms are down right now but these this and the above show that good names are still going strong

CoffeeStyle.com People are jonesing for the high caffeine coffee shop coffee

ComputerNews.com Sounds 24 years old as it is but still relevant

TimConway.com Was one of my favorite comedians. Died last year I believe. Loved him on the Carol Burnett show

WonderScapes.com Upgrade name for a handful of landscapers

VeganAppetite.com Vegan anything

SunBlossom.com I will be buying this one. Move along

MyLittleStar.com Kids brand all the way

FireplaceConcepts.com My fireplace is one of my favorite things in my house. Wouldn’t have a home without one

OnlineCalendars.com Would have made a lot of money back i

CrochetMe.com Geez, look at that price. Crochet is big business

CreatePage.com Site maker site ready and waiting

Laptopz.com Z makes it cool

TeleGrass.com I don’t like it but sure some will

ArtStorm.com A billion results says it all

TotallyTrue.com Don’t know what its going to be but it won’t be a political site

Ornatus.com Registered in 26 other extensions

CycleLife.com Bi or Motor

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

BloodCoin.com

CPremium.com

DynamicMass.com

BoomerPlus.com

PearStreet.com

TheExistence.com

LakesideYoga.com

EspressoHome.com

Chiico.com

WeCanMaga.com

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids


263tvb.com
2wsf.com
333884.com
75194.com
AboutIndia.com
AcidMusicLoops.com
AcmeBank.com
ACoins.com
Almnar.com
ArcHiTelos.com
Barbaralambmft.com
BoldCactus.com
BraIndex.com
BrookViewStationWinery.com
BuildMyLed.com
Bukal.com
cartasdesdecuba.com
ChefVola.com
Covna.com
CraftSolution.com
DavidLasley.com
DriversEdguru.com
EarthFriendlyCoffee.com
ErikOrganic.com
Ersties-Podcast.com
EscrowCo.com
ExpertWindow.com

FJUX.com
FletcherLaw.com
GarageDoorsRepairLasvegas.com
GetPapier.com
Giamcanhieuqua.com
GingersnapSkids.com
GorillaLeads.com
HG835.com
HoggsUpstairsTaverne.com
if-sentinel.com
InstyleRugs.com
InsuranceOnce.com
IntelligentSavings.com
Iopal.com
IronmanNet.com
isaporidisicilia.com
joshrenoufdesign.com
KL99.com
KPAQ.com
Laidealbaby.com
LakeSandAlps.com
LasvegasVegas.com
LevelRealEstate.com
LiveWithDignity.com
LocalResidential.com
LostMountainLavender.com
MaldiveStours.com
MetalNetwork.com
MonicaNelsonFitness.com
MFBLiker.com
NetCentrala.com
OakClub.com
Opsint.com
PetroApp.com
Politic365.com
PreventionInHand.com
QueensComfort.com
RealTrades.com
Referencement-iseom.com
RichardKiel.com
RobloxGenerators.com
RoyalCool.com
SDCassociates.com
StLuciaNow.com
StopCensura.com
SweetAprils.com
Teivovo.com
TekCity.com
TheEsto.com
Today-Tips.com
UCHelp.com
ValueState.com
Viasettembrini.com
VistaLink.com
Vitamin-ha.com
WatchEdge.com
Whype.com
Wikiwax.com
WoodJoyTools.com
YonBangAi.com



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4 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday April 3rd, 2020”

  1. Trump put his head in the sand for months and then initially called this health crisis a Democratic hoax. Now, he finally takes it seriously but still hasn’t come up with a solid plan to mobilize the country’s resources to smartly fight this thing and is too afraid to order a national stay at home order. The $1200 is his way of buying votes in November using taxpayer money. It came from the House but he will spin it like it came out of his own pocket.

  2. By the time the $1200 arrives to people will so far behind it will go for food and electric. Not much of it will be spent on “things”. That’s how it should be actually.

  3. “Some make $40K a year and still live paycheck to paycheck. Most people don’t do a good job of managing money”

    I don’t really understand this statement, at $40K per year that is paycheck to paycheck type salary food, rent/mortgage, kids, car maintenance/payments, bills… not much left

    1. Mike,

      You obviously don’t live in Central IL. You can buy a house for $60K. Not slum. Clean and in a small town. Drive to work is 10 miles, no traffic 15 minutes. Taxes are cheap. You can find a reliable car for $8K a family car for $10. This isn’t Chicago and definitely not SF. I live like a king on less than $100K a year. I know quite a few single people that make $50K and save $10K a year around here. No its not great money but the skill set is a trade. And my employees get $400 a month fr insurance. That covers some, leaves some short but insurance has always been an issue

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