This weekend I was put to the test. I was made a sizable offer for one of my domains. An offer that would have given me a $5K profit. But I am in the Rick Schwartz camp and believe that the best of the best will continue a fantastic rise in value in the future and the mediocre and weak names will continue to fall. People tell me that the name, toolchest (yes its a dot com) is not what people use, they use toolboxes, but I think they are missing the point. I buy and sell brands. Toolchest has much more value than to just someone that sells toolchests (a very expensive product). It can used for anything that is productive and/or fixes things. It’s hard to pass on a nice profit but there is much more down the road IMO. Here are today’s names. Not very many but its July and there’s just not much out there.
Quests.com As a kid I played so many video games I always was looking for “quests”. Going to play pac man at the shaved ice shop turned from a 2 mile bike ride into a quest. 21 year old domain.
StinkyCheese.com 16 years old. Which is probably the age of the stinky cheese
QVD.com I’m guessing this will go for $4000. Anything less will be a good buy
XEH.com This one is up for sale every other week. Somebody take this please
BrandoMeter.com I’m always talking about brands and this would make a nice Domain sales platform. Nice for $12 that is
Iwanttobesuccessful.com Long domain but memorable. No bidders
Gadgets.info Dot info sure has made a good rise over the last year
Gito.com People love their CVCV.com
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