Domain Spotlight: Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday, April 13th


A happy birthday to my friend Morgan Linton.  One of the first people in this industry that was kind to me. We were both brand new in the industry when we met and now we’re not.  He’s started a company with Mark Cuban.  I haven’t started a company with Mark Cuban.  Mark and I can’t get along.  He told me he didn’t want to be involved in a company where the other owner trains for Ironman. He said that time should be put into the company.  I don’t think I can work with someone that thinks he is smarter than everyone.  I’m sure Morgan thinks completely different and has nice things to say. The difference is he knows him and I just know the person I see on TV.  But Mark and I both think highly of Morgan. THAT we can agree on.  Here are today’s names. Click to see current prices  20 years old.  Big name with the S but even without getting good bids   19 years old and getting so so bids.  Good end user name.   P for products  18 years old and getting a few bids.  You know I like 5L.coms that would make a short simple brand  Another nice acronym and 18 years old

HealthDirector.coml   Not sure what you would do with it but has some age but no bids.  I think you’ll be fine at $12  I hate to be one of those guys but I hope this does well because I own a similar but better name.  And it really is better.   Most people say it is but it isn’t but mine really is……………..I promise    I figured people would like this.  Especially in this industry where half the people sleep in  Since we’re talking sleep. One bidder at $12.  Actually an upgrade name for a few companies.   It is a kind of square bale of hay.  There’s regular hay bales and then there are big bales  Its pretty obvious you can buy them.  Might was well start a site.  5 bidders agree   H for holdings.   12 years old.  No bidders.  I can easily see this in a commercial for something that claims to   Not too bad of a 5L.   Worth $100ish IMO   Getting a pretty high bid.  Seller puts a note saying its a name with the word “Zen” and is a smooth and relaxing name.  I think its getting the bids because of the Japanese sex site on the .net.  Just a guess   Getting a the best price of all the LLLL.coms on the board today   All are worth at least $300 at this point   Theo must be SOOOO excited to see all these great Western CHiPs selling. Means someone is selling their portfolio.  Which can only mean that the only names worth owning are names like and   Artisan anything seems to sell right now.  This is proving me right   Pattern 6N.coms continue to do very very well   Pretty sure the value is in the typo of AirBnB but I won’t tell anyone   This is doing MUCH better than I expected. Actually I didn’t think it would do anything   No fours or zeros.  That’s still a good thing  I overpaid on a lot of 5Ls.  We’ll see how it goes but I am probably going to pay some holding costs waiting for the world to see how awesome my names are.  The regular old 5Ls?  There will be no holding costs  At $30 at press time.  Pretty sure its worth more than that  One bid at $12.  278 visits per month.  And because just isn’t that great  One bidder at $54.  Worth more than that as well IMO  One bidder at $12  I honestly thought the TT would bring more than $20

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FOR OTHER GREAT NAMES FOR SALE MAKE SURE TO VISIT CAX.COM   20 years old.   Sounds like a nice place to buy a song No bidders. Upgrade name for a few places    Over under $2500  Another fine Western CHiP.  Under $800 at press time   Only 5 bidders but one of them really wants it  Do it WithSomeoneElsesHelp    I feel like its going to be easy to sign up for because of the implications   Yes, there are some Kirks that spell it this way        Chinese tourism grows every year and Beijing is one of the top destinations.   One last nice western acronym  Still lots of money in poker. Not quite printing it like they used to though  I think it will cross $50K.  Great great letters   Home comparison sites are all the rage. Tough competition    Everyone dreams of owning a home in Europe.  A few do but everyone looks

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3 Replies to “ Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday, April 13th”

  1. As you know, equity traders are familiar with pullbacks. They happen regularly within an uptrend, as a matter of fact an uptrend can’t happen without them. So the question is always whether a selloff breaks the lower bound of the uptrend line. If so then you’re looking at the internet 2K bubble popping or, more recently, the break of the $IBB/$XBI multiyear trendline.

    So the difiiculty in applying this to the domain “market” is two-fold. First, although it does appear that commodity-type pricing could be applied (i.e. the DSAD daily pricing stats), liquidity skew is highly relevant. This is especially apparent when there are large 4L dumps by Chinese holders. Compounded by the fact that there are few exchanges available for the transactions to commence on.

    Second, and more importantly, there are no true market making mechanisms in the domain world. Trendlines occur because there are counterparties available to dampen the buying and selling extremes (shorting against overbought conditions and buying against oversold conditions). Combined with well defined technical analysis by traders (moving averages, bollinger bands, etc.), trend patterns can proceed in an orderly fashion.

    So is Theo correct that the sky is falling? Was the upward trend of the last year or so finally broken by a couple Chinese sellers, or is Shane correct that we’re looking at profit taking within the ascending band?

    My contention is that without the two mechanisms mentioned above, neither is correct. There is no way to know without applying any formal analysis to the domain market. Standard metrics as employed by technical analysts reflect market psychology, it’s been that way since money was “invented”. Therefore the domain market works purely on gut feel with isolated pockets of exhuberance and despair. To look at it otherwise is mental masturbation imho.

    P.S. – A little birdy told me Shane has a cute butt.

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