Realistically speaking, it’s highly unlikely that *all* new gTLDs will end up being liquid on the reseller market. Therefore, the following question arises: for which new gTLDs will there be reseller market demand?
I wish I could simply provide a list but unfortunately, things are a lot more complicated than that and the truth is, I don’t know. Neither do you. Neither does anyone else at this point.
At the end of the day, the market will decide.
Would you have thought that dot guru would end up having a good launch?
Most domainers wouldn’t have, yet dot guru is currently the most popular new gTLD.
Now of course, it’s still too early to draw conclusions but this much is certain: the market can sometimes surprise us and as an investor, it’s important to understand that the other market participants might not adhere to your way of thinking.
For example, maybe you think dot 1234 (random example) will be the most popular new gTLD for various reasons that you consider logical. Fair enough, maybe you’ll be right. But as a good investor, it’s your responsibility to acknowledge the fact that the market might prove you wrong.
At this point again, nobody knows.
We can make more or less educated guesses but the truth is that nobody has a crystal ball, at least not one that works in a reasonably accurate manner
Those who get it right will be rewarded (perhaps quite handsomely), those who don’t will learn a few valuable lessons.
Therefore, the only advice I can give you is this: if your business model revolves around the reseller market in one way or another, adaptability will play an extremely important role. Be vigilant and at the same time humble enough to accept that you made a mistake if the market proves you wrong and you will most likely be on the right track.