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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday July 2nd, 2020

I put some money back into my options trading account this week because I think the market is about to be very volatile. Don’t take anything I say as a recommendation from this point on. Just telling everyone my thoughts.

Volatility is a great way to make money in anything. Volatility means fluctuation in prices and big spreads. If you can catch them right, there’s money to be made. Of course it can go the other way as well. In 2007 I rode the wave of volatility and grew my portfolio from $2K to $120K (told the story too many times here). I see earnings reports on the horizon and I think they are going to blow up some stocks in both directions. Like domains, I don’t have to get all of them right to make money. The key is figuring out what is built in to a stock’s price right now. It’s also important to know the future. A company can say our quarter sucked but we see a huge second half and the public will shrug off the results, no matter how. bad. I think people feel the economy looks much busier but in reality, compared to zero business and normal business this is probably in the middle. I will say there is trillions of dollars in the US economy given to business via PPP that are going to spend it on investment. While there is no such thing as trickle down, I have seen the average pay of “the working person” go way up. The competition for good warehouse workers, foreman, and other similar markets have caused average wages to go 25% plus. Again, all my opinion but I generally don’t live in a bubble.

The great part about options is you magnify your predictions. The bottom side is all your money gone and the high side is 20 times your money. My recent Paypal trade was a 40X trade and it reminded how much can be made if you let the winners run. Stock went quickly from 110 to 175 as soon as everyone realized that Venmo was crushing it and bitcoin would be in their future. There are a few more companies I see good and bad futures and now that taxes are done, it’s time to put a little money to work. Again, don’t take this is as advice but I am going to put on a trade that sells calls in the short term and buys them in the long term on DraftKings. It time decays on both, but quicker on the front side. I see football being canceled this year which will crush the second half of the year. I may just buy puts. I haven’t decided. I have some homework to do but when others see Chaos I see opportunity and I’m loving all the opportunities right now.

Domain of the Day: NewCrypto.com the perfect name for a company to tout they have the better new product

Quote of the Day:Skate to where the puck is going, not where it has been” ~Gretzky

Park.io Names at Auction or Available for Pickup

Running.io Yeah, I know. I should own it. But go ahead, I’ll let you know if I want it

Dave.gg The Dave’s of the gaming world are about to get a personal email and website

Taper.io A short single word that has a lot of meanings. In running we use it to describe running less miles towards the end of a race

Cash.gg Cash money. Not much better than that

GameCenter.gg Goes perfectly with dot gg

Namejet and Sedo & More Domains at Action

OutgoingCalls.com 20 years old with a great CPC. Reserve only $1

MyDiapers.com Closes today. Reserve Met. Definitely a large enough category for a stand alone site

eHide.com Good name for a VPN or proxy site. Closing today and also met reserve

TulsaOnline.com Under $40 at press time but its still going to sell today regardless. 24 years old

ChicagoDrywall.com Great marketing name if this is what you do. Hundreds of company would benefit by making this their marketing name

DJOS.com Taken in 17 other extensions

PMTrading.com Night Trading. I think at some point they will have 24 hour stock trading. It’s all run by computers anyway

WebFails.com No reserve. Plenty of content here

LF2.com Everyone is surprised when they see LLN.coms climb over $1000

Godaddy Domains With Bids

Mobinil.com The backlinks and history have this as the domain with the most bids on the board today

Zerta.com A crypto company and a nice 5L.com

Ziola.com “Herbs” in Polish

Samaj.com A Hindu religious organization

FirStAidStation.com we all know what this is but can’t think of a business model other than sell first aid supplies

HashtagMedia.com Another media name doing very well

ApeNotMonkey.com Getting bids but not touching this one with a 10 foot pole

Blondz.com Blond have more funz

MM33.com Patterns. Boy do the Chinese love them

WhoRunsGov.com Backlinks from the time when someone did

TheSys.com Taken in 27 other extensions

GrowYourBiz.com Tools and guidance

CollectiveBrew.com Another great name for an alehouse

Caldor.com Was a department store but sounds like a city in Game of Thrones

Dosie.com 5L under $100 at press time

MissCake.com Taken in 25 extensions . Let them buy Cake

Godaddy Names With One or NO Bids

JobsToBeDone.com

DoYourYoga.com

RetailUs.com

Ranio.com

UltraAdventure.com

Malburg.com

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

528989.com
58597.com
588989.com
74286.com
93487.com
AAS-ra.org
AidLogistics.com
alltvvins.net
AppEra.com
ArniesBar.com
AtelierMusicale.com
BerryGrape.org
BeyondScienceTV.com
BodrumAirportTransfer.com
BookingBar.com
BoxSport.com
BrianMassumi.com
btdytt.net
ChicKids.com
ChristianDeistFellowship.com
ConsumerAlerts.com
DefisHingSoap.com
DigimonSpirit.net
DigitalLabor.org
EasyRug.com
EnergyOcean.com
f9u.com
Faisan.com
ftmorganrealty.com
HCPW.com
HealingRetreats.net
HolisticBoard.org
HolisticCancerSolutions.com
howmanyaltuves.com
ItSnotAboutNutrition.com
JonathanLeder.com
LearningPT.org
liisaladouceur.com
LiquidAction.com
MicroInsuranceAcademy.org
mugen-noe.org
nffgrb.net
NoChuckNorris.com
Oxysoft.com
PantherHouse.com
PatientRecruitment.com
PatientRetention.com
Photoria.com
Qatarsouq.com
QualityDelivery.com
ReachFM.org
ReachWord.com
RedesignReport.com
Refurbished-Palace.com
SaleCrypto.com
Scade.com
ScorePrediction.com
Silotn.com
SortieCountertops.com
Souktel.org
Spiritual-Quotes-To-Live-By.com
StarGlasses.com
StopTheBleedingCoalition.org
TaxMentor.com
TheCarouser.com
UrbanPhotoFest.org
Vets-Help.org
VoiceSpace.com
Watchem.com
WheatonIowa.org
WhitbyStationGallery.com
WholesaleAccess.com
WomenTattoos.com
YogaKid.com

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2 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday July 2nd, 2020”

  1. Bob Hawkes wrote: Although interest in .gg as a gaming extension is growing, there were still only 76 sales in the first half of 2020. The average price dropped substantially, though, to only $406 in 2020.”

  2. Shane – I just traded with margin for the first time today on an airline (SAVE) $52k my money and $52k the bank’s – it was -2% when I entered and +2.5% when I sold 3 hours later… almost too easy for a quick ~$4,700 – but there’s risk and it could have been a down day.

    Irony is that here I’m playing around with Spirit at $16-18 but I was in and out of that stock at $8 and within 3 weeks it was pushing $26!! Completely missed out then, but some folks got in at $25 and watched it tumble to $16 – the tide can turn quickly.

    I try to look for those opportunities you mentioned but I also think there’s a serious likelihood that the market will correct -25% or maybe a little more.

    My margin play today was probably the most risk I’m willing to take, and it was risky to have $104k in a single volatile equity. But margin today gave me the ~$4,700 gain on $52k. But if I’m caught out on a bad day (or two or three consecutive bad days) a 5-10% loss on my $ and the margin could mean that I lose $5-10k from my $50k and who knows if I’d sell or ride it out (incurring potentially higher losses)… Plus short term gains tax eats into the $ too (we eat the risk, not the government and then they get paid!)

    With options I think your downside can be a lot worse than just losing the money you have in. Depending on the type I believe you could be on the hook to buy way beyond settled cash – potentially unlimited losses – folks really have to be careful with options.

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