DSAD.com: Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday, March 16th

Mar 16 2016


I am going to go ahead and call a bottom in LLLL.coms.  I am seeing good things in the market and the amount of inquiries for them is as strong as ever.  And investors are selling their names privately at the $2000 mark quite a bit.  Look at this thread to see someone that sold a nice portfolio of them at this price .   And look who the bidders are of the Western letters 4L.  Some of the biggest domain investors in the world.  And no Frank Schilling and company aren’t propping them up.  They have no need to prop up anything.  So stop relying on Chaomi and Namepros as your only source of information.  Don’t believe the gloom and doom.  Unless you are selling to me.  In that case, this market is F’ed and you need to sell your LLLL.com to me cheap.   Here are today’s names. Click to see current prices.

Lectures.com   A perfect name for online courses.  And free courses are a very lucrative business somehow

84350.com  A 5N.com.  Ends today and only at $25.  I don’t think the numeric market has fallen this far.  Worth much more than this.

SantaMaria.org  19 years old.  26,000 backlinks.   My favorite of the 3 boats. Mayflower is soooo overrated

StaySober.com  No bidders.  I don’t know that it will sell for a ton but a very nice thought. 17 years old

AFCB.com   Great Western Letters.    The kind of name I am still adding to my portfolio

FreshGinger.com  I add fresh ginger to my drinks to give it a nice flavor.  A nice name or brand for $20

WowTap.com  No bidders at $12.  At least its memorable

268887.com  the triple eights will make a few people giddy

15220.com  At a whopping $63 at press time

03314.com  Much better price because it doesn’t have a reserve

03736.com   One bidder at $28

LZRF.com   At $1500.  We’ll see how close it gets to $2000.  The closer it gets the more the Chinese haters cringe

AJJ.cc   Says it has 26,000 backlinks.  Regardless, its still a LLL.cc

PVVE.com  The V names are starting to gain traction.  I think the bottom is filling and rising

EBJV.com  Maybe not.  They are still in the $285 to $350 range.  The last few that sold were an anomaly

GVR.co and FIV.co  Two lower end LLL.co if you’re looking for a little .co exposure

LJWT.net, BSHJ.net, WTTZ.net, LSBD.net, ZFTL.net, ZLNJ.net   There is never a shortage of LLLL.nets for sale each day.  My favorite is LSBD

653660.com  Somebody told me that my 6N.com that start with 8 and end with a zero that I paid $60 are under water. I don’t think they are based on this price

MrsWeed.com  One bidder at $12.  Somebody is about to officially become Mrs Weed.   And not the kind you pull

IEU.net  Under $1000 at press time

XDLO.com  and RZTE.com   I saw these two I liked and then realized there were quite a few more bottom boats to buy

QMIA.com, HWNV.com, WVOA.com, NVGH.com, EQVA.com, OUAV.com,    Here are the rest

And a couple of names that aren’t getting any bids  3Me.info  and SuggestedApps.com

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NiceFrance.com    These geo type names are doing very well. I expect a big city like this to continue the trend.  No bidders at $1 but it just started

ParisFrance.com  One of the only cities that is better known than Nice.  Will set a nice comp for Nice.

Jav.cc Still at $100.

MXXX.com  I like triple X.  In my domains.  Not on my screen……..when others are around

8888.ly  8888 everything has some value.  Except for 8888.christmas which I bought and has zero value

Sell.org  Love this one.  Even as a dot org


FLG.com  Very nice LLL.com G for group

XRPY.com and TXXG.com  Two very nice CHiP.  We’ll see how close they get to the $2000 range I mentioned in the header

TSLC.com  Yet this is the kind I buy and like

3766.info and 3775.info   These continue to rise.  First batch got 10 or less bidders.  This batch at 14

YABL.com   The top bidder was also mentioned in the title

BY.com  Probably not going to get to reserve but an awesome name

65793.com   CHiP 5N.com .  We’ll see how this finished up. These are certainly down lately but I haven’t been paying attention to the CHiPs as much because they haven’t been coming up for auction very often

712300.COM  123 ending with the lucky 00 

6688833.COM If you’re going to do 7n, the balanced patterns do well. The 888 helps too. 

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  1. R P

    Wow you sure do consistently put a lot of time/effort into this. Kudos

    But isn’t the pot calling the kettle black here?

    I recall you lamenting about people calling the tops and bottoms of the stock market

    Markets often overshoot and undershoot expectations, even for the “experts”

    1. Post author


      I don’t mind people calling tops or bottoms at all. What I don’t like are anonymous calls. Having someone in a forum with the name SillyPutty54H calling a top doesn’t do any good. That’s why I respect
      Joseph Peterson and Theo Delvagas for staying true to their prediction that this market is doomed to correct. Right or wrong they have put their names to their words and that is to be respected. People build reputations by calling or predicting things. It only works if you can be held accountable for your calls. I put it out there on a daily basis for 7 years and you can simply go back and see everything I’ve ever predicted at one site. I hardly ever call tops or bottoms because usually they are temporary. And I think that here. I think its a bounce point. I appreciate the kind words on the work and you are correct, it is a lot of work.

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