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Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday, October 21st, 2022

One of the hardest things to do is take profit. Our minds tell us we can make more. We don’t want to lose the big gains. It’s a true fact that you have to let the winners run to pay for all the losers. That’s in the official playbook. Especially in a game where 2% pays for the other 98% like in domains and NFTs. Yet you also have to sell assets to cover costs, put some money aside for opportunity, and secure some recoup on investment. Obviously the success level you have depends on how you manage all this. At times I have been excellent and others I have been stupid. When it comes to NFTs I’ve been as good as I’ve ever been. I have been taking profit at every “peak” and in 2022 those peaks were few. On paper I’ve probably lost $300K because in 2021 I bought several NFTs at peak and have sold them at 90% loss. Which is bad but its part of the “most are going to lose” thing . You have to make sure the winners are greater than the losers. You have to pay a very close attention to taxes because compared to domain investing which you may have hundreds of transactions. In crypto you have tens of thousands. And its not as simple as “I have money in the account so I must have made that amount”. All comes down to how you handled the sale and conversion. Don’t ask me what the right way is though. We are all figuring it out. Where I am going with this is you have to take some sales that are a little less than you hoped and definitely take a few sales that surprise you how well they’ve done.

I sold some $wool coin the other day. I put 5K into it at 3 cents and sold it at 7.4 cents. Time was 2 weeks. I absolutely think wool is going to go higher at some point but I also think it could go back to 2 cents for a minute. I sold 250K more that I get from the coin I paid .5cents for because 20K is a lot of money IRL and the smart thing is to bank it and use it wisely later. Last year was build assets, this year make them yield or take profits. As for domains, my goal is to make the portfolio better than it was when the year started. Easy if you don’t sell, more of a challenge if you sell a good name. I replaced that I sold for 45K with Encrypto that I paid 25% of that. I will add one more 10K name and call that a better than it started portfolio. After taxes I still get to keep a little. That’s today discussion of what I’m doing. Like to keep it open and honest. Have a great day and buy some names so we can keep writing and sharing

Quote of the Day:  “Profit is a by-product of work; happiness is its chief product.” Henry Ford

Domain of the Memorable call to action name. Great display name

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Namejet, Sedo, and Names at Auction The dot be isn’t stopping the price on this one. Looks like it could hit reserve Great letters. Dot net discount code 24 years old and taken in 14 extensions Love the brand and probably going to be pretty cheap exudes achievement but an odd tense of the verb Not only does it get fixed but well Yeah, love to see that actually happen taken in 23 extensions so super popular brand or term. Tires, Truck Stop Top number of bids on the Sedo GD auctions Met reserve. 1K not too back for a 4L word Like Elliot, I’m liking xyz now that Web3 has adopted them

Godaddy Domains With Bids Don’t see a 4L leading the list of raw names with no backlinks. Taken in 19 extensions “Strong” in Spanish. And a last name and Both at $3K at press time and both because of backlinks Slots site all the way because you aren’t going to be able to buy because you aren’t going to be able to buy because you aren’t going to be able to buy Such a great name for dog training company or site A lot of uses here. From toys to work equipment I would drink this Pretty much becoming the norm. Name with the most bids is an old site with good backlink profile The hottest new TLD and the every popular word cute 5L but I feel like people will put another g in it We still doing dot co? You had me at Art Taken in 9 extensions but 32 companies using some form of this in their name California, Florida or Arizona cannabis growers Nice mantra. Could build nice promotion around this my new spa an ever-growing category. Certainly hard to find the nurses right now. Maybe job search platform

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One Reply to “Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday, October 21st, 2022”

  1. because you aren’t going to be able to buy because you aren’t going to be able to buy because you aren’t going to be able to buy because you aren’t going to be able to buy 🙂 because you aren’t going to be able to buy 🙂 because you aren’t going to be able to buy 🙂

    lol 🙂 lol 🙂 Funny guy 🙂

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