Posted on 28 April 2016 by Andrei
I’m sorry but they just aren’t in my opinion, definitely not at the 15% commission level.
Now don’t get me wrong, I don’t mind paying 15% if the service is worth it. If I can only sell a domain for $1,000 and you can obtain $2,000 for it, I’d gladly pay you 15% because even after subtracting your commission, I’m still left with $1,700. Way better than the $1,000 I can obtain. I’d even be willing to pay 30% because hey, subtract your $600 commission and I’d be left with $1,400 which is still considerably better than $1k. Even a 40% commission leaves me $200 ahead… you get the point.
Posted on 28 April 2016 by Andrei
… less than 9 hours left. As usual over the past year or so, short domains are the main focus and if you’re a short domain investor, you’ll definitely find some juicy inventory today
Posted on 26 April 2016 by Andrei
Time for video #9 of my OneMinuteEconomics case study, this one’s about the Great Depression of 1929. It’s a topic more and more people are curious about, did my best to help people understand what it was all about in one minute.
To check out the video, click here.
Posted on 25 April 2016 by Andrei
A very balanced list today, with – edited: the domains have been removed -.
Posted on 22 April 2016 by Andrei
I’ve never sold chips via Sedo yet here I am, now selling my top 3 LLLLs through them at no reserve as an experiment: DFBF.com, MTRR.com and JJRQ.com.
Posted on 21 April 2016 by Andrei
Sedo has some very juicy short domains this month, several of them at no reserve. I’ll focus on the short domains since everyone’s paying attention to this category now. On the one hand, prices have dropped this year but on the other hand, something interesting happened yesterday, with huge price jumps across the board (over 40% for 6N dot coms, for example).
Posted on 19 April 2016 by Andrei
I’ve priced -edited: the domain has been sold- for a very quick sale this week, just -edited: the domain has been sold- and am selling it on a “first come, first served” basis. This has got to be my shortest newsletter ever and this is a good thing in my opinion. I find myself getting straight to the point more and more often lately, saves all parties involved a lot of time
Posted on 15 April 2016 by Andrei
As the 2007-2008 Global Financial Crisis (aka The Great Recession) taught us, domains are currently risk assets. In other words, if the economy crashes, domains will crash too.
Will things always stay this way?
Posted on 13 April 2016 by Andrei
There are definitely some *very* deep pocketed players in the short domain market and without a doubt, their actions can and do influence the entire short domain space… but to which extent?
The short domain market is ridiculously small compared to other asset classes so sure, it is considerably more prone to volatility. If someone wants to buy let’s say 500 LLLL chips right away for example then needless to say, the price will shoot up aggressively. Supply and demand 101. The same way, of someone wants to sell 500 LLLL chips right away, the downward pressure on chip prices will be humongous.
Posted on 12 April 2016 by Andrei
I will never ever understand why people keep domains there.
They’re slow to respond, they make moving domains out a hassle and last but certainly not least, they’re uncooperative when it comes to stolen domains, as documented on several occasions on various blogs/forums.