IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Tuesday, October 10th

Oct 10 2017

Escrow.com

No crypto talk today, well maybe a little domain related crypto talk.  I’ve been selling names with “coin” in them like they’re going out of style, as well as a sale yesterday with the word “chain”. No crazy prices, the range is from around $599 to $2400 retail, with a few $59-$200 wholesale at Dropcatch.

Reading the comments from Shane’s post yesterday, Jeff stated he thought it might be better to invest in Crypto right now than in Domains and that he was having trouble selling his portfolio wholesale. It could be true for Jeff that crypto would have a better return than domains, I’m not sure what his situation is.

There are several points we can take away from this concept.  First, there are so many variables in domain investing that I have trouble comparing it to any other industry, especially block chain tech and all it’s intricacies.

Obviously we can make correlations in domain sales to other events like the strength of the economy, but since each one of these little bastards is unique unto itself, we’d have to judge each and every name on it’s own merits and then throw timing and exposure into the mix. If we did all this then we might be able to start comparing domains to other industries.

Selling domains at moderate retail prices is the best way to gauge the overall strength of a particular domain niche(IMO). For example, if I sell drone or vr names in the aftermarket that’s great, but I know I’m selling to the domaining crowd and selling into speculation. Niche speculation isn’t confirmed until I start seeing numerous examples of these names being bought on platforms geared to the end users.

I can take the data in my opening paragraph and have reasonable confidence that the crypto/coin space is going somewhere based on the spike in retail sales.  Maybe it’s just short term, but there’s definitely momentum in the niche.

Another thing to consider is the way we bandy about  the term “investor”. I think we need to make a distinction between “seller” and “investor”. Not that we can’t be both, but if your names don’t sell for minimum wholesale prices, then more than likely  they should be classified as product inventory, rather than an asset class of an investor. There’s nothing wrong with being a seller and carrying inventory, I categorize most of my portfolio as product.

Making the distinction between product and investment might help you sell more names as you will learn to set prices accordingly. The thing with investment domains is that you don’t need to sell them. You can carry them as long as you want because they have value as an asset that should/could appreciate. You will normally be able to get a decent price for them as long as your not trying to make bail, or if the timing is right you could score a big payday.

So to sum in all up, selling domains and investing in domains are two different things. Making this distinction can be helpful. Jeff, I’m not picking on you, rather I thank you for giving me something to write about. I think it’s a bad idea to try and liquidate your 4500 domains to move into a completely different, risky, investment instrument that you admittedly don’t know much about.  I think you should focus on the minimum $36K you’ve put into domains, sell some for reasonable retail prices, then take that money and experiment with crypto.  Just an idea, good luck.

Domain of the day: Wuxe.com  4 letter pronounceable

Main List

The No Bid List

AboveCrowd.com

AddMeaning.com  Add meaning to something meaningless

BloodPill.com  Use the blood pill to get out of work. Just bite the pill and start coughing up blood.  Works every time

BrandFaction.com

BrightRepair.com  A brand for any fix it business, Bright makes in sound positive

BuildDeveloper.com

BullStreak.com  A stock or trading analysis site

CareBasic.com  basic home health care

CryptLine.com  Secure communication

DangerGone.com  A name for the safety industry

DefendDo.com

DefenseSetup.com

DiscreteMe.com  A service that helps you cover your tracks

EndlessForce.com  It goes on and on for ever

EvolveCity.com  A site for making your community a better place

FocusHabit.com

HeroDuty.com

Insuracy.com  A blend of insurance and agency

JuniorDesk.com

KidAgency.com  Protection for kids

LaunchCurrency.com  A name for up and coming crypto currency

MajorChain.com  A big block chain

MineFly.com

ModernStorm.com

ModManage.com

NeedAWitness.com  Can I get a witness?

NowBuilt.com

ParkYourVehicle.com  Valet service, or a parking app that lets you pay on your phone instead using the meter

PeaceSquad.com  A vigilante squad that keeps the peace

QuickAdoptions.com  From what I hear adoptions take a lot of time and money. This company has the process streamlined

ReliableTrade.com  Trade with confidence

RepManaged.com  A reputations service

RescueMaster.com  Knows everything there is to know about rescue

RunHeart.com  Run to keep your heart healthy

ShockUp.com

SkillLocal.com  When you need to find a certain skill set close to home

SmartNavigate.com  A GPS system that’s better than the rest

SnapEver.com

SrGuy.com  A site for older males

StrongFolio.com

SurePaw.com  A dog clinic

TechyGrid.com

TokensPortal.com  The door for Token sales

UpStamina.com  keep going hard with up stamina, the new energy bar

ValveHack.com

WhiskyX.com

WiseHiker.com  Tips and gear for hiking

YouAlarm.com

More Names With No Bids

Names With Bids

iCrush.com

DisasterDrone.com

VitalCbd.com

DollarMenu.com

mediport.com

PokerPrize.com

TexasBlend.com

Speaki.com

CircleOfPrayer.com

LuxuryWindows.com

SkyFind.com

ifida.com

SolidStripe.com

SecretButton.com

TokensClub.com

Panoid.com

Rezzibo.com

EncryptCoins.com

SelfHomeImprovement.com

Wayzon.com

ThemeUpdate.com

TokenStrade.com

DrumScan.com

VaultiPlex.com

Senator.cc

TopFranchising.com

PokerExpo.com

MedicalCat.com

ProperAssembly.com

SpiritScan.com

Runzy.com

TokensMarket.com

SpiceStock.com

DailyHuts.com

ForgottenVoices.com

FlameVille.com

Struma.org

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

FuturePhone.com

HealingOnline.com

NewarkClub.com

TurboDisk.com

NameStyle.com

EmployeeProfile.com

AllStarSupport.com

GreekStatue.com

TheDailyGuru.com

HomeInstructor.com

PrivateCalls.com

FaithRescue.com

WhoSpeaks.com

ElegantCraft.com

Flippa/SEDO

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Your LLLL.coms of The Day

Wuxe.com

leqb.com

vsku.com

yeaf.com

vuww.com

rvko.com

whuf.com

gvez.com

vtkz.com

zwzo.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

Cuca.org

miat.org

yrdn.net

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

3pl.cc

E-u.info

zso.co

Brandables

Aulti.com

Bagiza.com

Blomex.com

Clonela.com

Coninja.com

Couponos.com

Daxay.com

Elvoro.com

Encelo.com

Epibot.com

Ermania.com

Etomia.com

Ezavia.com

Ezerio.com

Fabolu.com

Famizy.com

Famovo.com

Finort.com

Fuxum.com

Gavda.com

Gleana.com

Herbzy.com

Infaso.com

Instrui.com

Loanency.com

Medencia.com

Nacay.com

Nerratic.com

Netisy.com

Netrilla.com

Nippar.com

Octela.com

Onismo.com

Photonize.com

Roziba.com

Selify.com

Spegro.com

Texotic.com

Tolsto.com

Totance.com

Vavula.com

Vazeer.com

Venglar.com

Venoll.com

Vinsera.com

Vitazi.com

Vuvita.com

Wazti.com

Wegova.com

Wokab.com

Xevue.com

Zartier.com

Zavum.com

Zirzle.com

Zoreal.com

Zurpia.com

Zuvena.com

MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE

Some Numbers

665777.com

9077.org

11dc.com

11tw.com

75wz.com

nw26.com

p819.com

rm25.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Glee.biz

Sumo.ws

Mayor.cc

Rotor.biz

PickMe.net

Prance.org

SoRandom.org

Intermediated.org

AllPoker.net

GainOnline.org

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

CannaFoundation.com

FlightMj.com

HigherBuds.com

HigherGrow.com

HigherHaze.com

Me420.com

NatureLash.com

SeekVapor.com

SmokingGuru.com

TechCannabis.com

VapeClose.com

VapeHard.com

VeganCures.com

VrYeah.com

WeedConsultancy.com

WinningWeed.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

CyberCorp.com

NXOO.com

DataMake.com

StormAid.com

NamePros

SportsBrawls.com
PracticeTexasHoldem.com
SelfParkingSuvs.com 
WJVI.com
WashableRug.com

AEPP.net
ManufacturersCoupon.net
FootballGamesToday.com
MommyMemes.com
Vavasor.com

SuperCheapAutos.com
Unwilling.net
iic.net
Sportsbetting.in
Vec.net

Godaddy Value BIN Under 1K

AbsolutePro.com
ArriveSafe.com
CoffeeScout.com
CycleDeal.com
DietCheck.com
EverRight.com
FlexiDeck.com
GameRealm.com
GiftOfSound.com
HappyFund.com
HardPlanet.com
KitchenStaff.com
LifeVillage.com
MediaAddict.com
MotorAmerica.com
NoSay.com
PageDoctor.com
ProTherapy.com
QuickCleaner.com
SomeGaveAll.com
SoundSquare.com
StopObesity.com
StudentFun.com
TradeBarter.com
UniquePeople.com
WordTruth.com
YouthToday.com

Godaddy Value BIN

Available Names

Available for Reg Fee big list

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. We Charge $10 per name per day. We may be able to help. If you have an auction you want to promote, email us for details.*All names chosen by us, Shane and Josh . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything we say is based on our own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or our opinion is correct. We hand choose the names but we are paid to make this list by both the auction houses, individuals that are auctioning names, and Godaddy affiliate links. Keep that in mind and only buy names that YOU think are good

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I grew a beard while I was on vacation. I had to shave it off to go back to work.

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