Certain types of LLLL dot coms have done remarkably well (CVCV dot coms, for example) and therefore, lots of domainers made the mistake of thinking that all LLLL dot coms have value.
First of all, let’s define the term “wholesale LLLL”.
The general consensus is that certain letters (A, for example) are better than others (Y, for example) due to all sorts of reasons such as acronym potential and so on.
An example of a quad premium LLLL dot com (a LLLL where all of the letters are premium) would be ALMP.com. This is an investment grade domain for sure.
An example of a “wholesale” LLLL dot com (non-premium letters) would be YQXZ.com. This isn’t an investment grade domain because you’d barely be able to sell it for 10 bucks. In other words, you have to pay about $8 each year to renew an asset that’s barely worth a little more than the renewal cost for *one* year.
Wholesale LLLL dot coms aren’t going anywhere in my opinion and I’d strongly advise against investing in them.
A lot of beginners consider them tempting but realistically speaking, you’ll probably lose money with such domains. I’m bullish on domains in general, I think the value of domains in general will go up considerably but when saying this, I’m referring to investment grade domains and definitely not inventory such as wholesale LLLL dot coms.
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