… yes, they can.
But they’re not going to achieve optimal results, which is not necessarily always a bad thing.
Let’s assume someone blindly bought 30 LLL dot coms in 2003 and simply kept them for 10 years. That person probably overpaid on most occasions but still, his investment generated an excellent return.
In my opinion, that will also be the case if you buy 30 LLL dot coms now and keep them for 10 years.
In fact, even those who bought 30 LLL dot coms in 2007-2008 at the highs will do well if they hold on to their investment and aren’t in a hurry to sell. You get the point.
Yes, you can make money without investing time.
Lots of people were/are simply bullish on domains but don’t want to invest too much time. For those, the approach I just described makes sense.
On the other hand though, those who make domaining a priority will, of course, generate a return that’s exponentially better. But in this case, they’re also investing considerably more time.
So it all boils down to this question:
Is your current business/occupation/whatever generating more for every hour invested than you think domaining would?
If so, a passive approach is most likely the best solution. Keep doing what you’re doing, invest in domains whenever appropriate just like you would invest in other assets.
If not, roll up your sleeves and start reading/asking/learning/working
There’s no right or wrong answer to this question, it all depends on your specific situation.
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