Tomorrow is the Chinese New Year. We’ve probably talked about it more than we ever have because of the domain market and sales or lack thereof. I’ve actually had dinner at a Chinese restaurant on Chinese New Year for decades. I have a friend that celebrates it and invites me every year. I only see this person every year but I can to the first dinner 20 years ago and have been invited ever since. The person that invites me has a very unique voice and every year he calls me the week before and the people at the nursery know exactly why he’s calling. It’s always a good time and great food.
Of course I have to talk about the Superbowl today. I am rooting for Peyton to win and then retire. But I think its going to be a blowout by Carolina. And for the first time in 30 years I don’t think I will have a wager on the game. I have all my gambling bets placed on 6N.coms. No more need to gamble. Here are todays names. Click to see current prices.
TUDS.com 18 years old. I have an entire closet full of studs. I actually made that up. There’s nothing in my closet except for a few pairs of blue jeans, 3 blue shirts, a printer and a Santa Suit
UENG.com A Chinese last name yet not very many bids. That’s until the Chinese read my blog and find out its Chinese
NYCShopping.com 17 years old. No bids at $12. I heard New York City is about to start allowing shopping to be legal there soon
QCAB.com Getting bids because of it being 4L but the CAB part doesn’t hurt. 16 years old
WereMoving.com Not a bad name for $12. No bidders
XUEM.com, IONN.com, UUBY.com , GXVV.com, CKFO.com DZUE.com, TFEE.com and EFNK.com Here’s a nice group of lesser value LLLL.coms that I’ve been adding every day for those that want to buy value and hope everything rises in this category
MDLR.com There have been hardly any CHiPs for sale all week.
02771.com I purchased a few 5N.coms like this because I thought there was value compared to some other names. But it’s not proven until I sell it so don’t buy it based on my opinion
075.info Looks like its going to cross $100. Dot info has new life in the numbers.
TDMZ.com Another CHiP. Looks like its going to be a good day
LittleDress.com Not as good as little black dress but this one has no bids at $12. So today, this is better
DIIO.com Vowels are still not as good but names like this with good Western end user possibilities are finally starting to rise. There still some value left in vowels right now. Just can’t throw in bad Western letters
QZ.biz Two letter dot biz are doing well. Have turned into investment quality over the last 3 months
1925.co Yes I missed the numeric dot co market. But I’ve pointed it out every day. And yet still seemed to miss it
999608.com I’ll be interested to see how this one does. The triple 9s are great and I think zeros are much better than 4s. Good market measure here. Like the name a lot
SXD.biz For the biz people
RNCT.net I like this one much better than the above but auction price is much less at press time
CYXX.cc I get told all the time that dot cc are worthless. And yet this will go for over $50. I might have to go look up “worthless”. Maybe worthless now mean “worth less than $500)
TCMM.org I have said that LLLL.org isn’t gaining traction, OK I said it was dead. I realize its not dead but look at the price of these great letters and tell me its thriving. Or maybe its value. See what I did there?
SHPP.info Is there a 4L.info market yet? First one I’ve seen with a bid.
69769.com If those are worth that much, how much is this going to go for?
DigitalDubai.com 16 years old with 3 bids at $15. Anyone who owns a Dubai name dreams of some sheik offering them a few hundred grand for their name because money means nothing to sheiks. Or at least that is what we think in our dreams
P.ET Hacks are starting to grow on me. This is as good as it gets. $100K BIN scares me
SBNM.com Great Western letters. This would go for $2700 plus on Namejet
9898.io Dot io hasn’t taken off in numerics because of its high holding cost aka renewal price. But if it does then this is as fine of a 4N.io as you’ll find.
45.io Never seen a two number dot io
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KeyPoint.com Just sounds like a company. That could do anything. But that’s why it has 100 bidders
HistoricalPrints.com I own a few. And I bought them as exactly this. I was looking for “Great War” stuff. What they called the Civil War before it had an official name
Investica.com They kind of name that you pick up for $69 and sell for $2500……..eventually
FountainofYouth.net It’s a dot net but every body is still looking for it. One bidder
TheBi.com Some are seeing a 5L.com, I see bisexuals. Just what I’m seeing, don’t judge
00364.com If you think all boats will rise then you can buy the “AS IS” 5N.com
282269.com I’m hoping that 6Ns make a move upward. I made a sizable investment this past week. I have been waiting for Chinese New Year all month. I got the powder ready for the week and boy did I light it.
Parvas.com Means “silly” in Portuguese. I think it makes a good brand but I like easy to say and spell words that mean something good in another language. Unlike Nova for Chevy which meant “No Go” in Spanish
372556.com See above
CashPartner.com Everyone is either looking to make it or to borrow it. 10 bidders
ProfessionalRemodeler.com It’s long but its an exact service offered. So its perfect for marketing. Tells them exactly what you do and is memorable. That gives it value
MadeFromNature.com Sound like its going to be bland
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