Investor and entrepreneur @Michael Cyger became a well-known figure in the domain name industry thanks to his @DomainSherpa brand, which he created in 2012. Through DomainSherpa, Michael won several industry awards including Blogger of the Year, Developer of the Year and Goodwill Ambassador of the Year. Whilst Michael no longer runs DomainSherpa, his company Web X.0 Media LLC does possess a solid portfolio of valuable domain names. Michael sold one of his best domains, Tulip.com, last year but thanks to DomainIQ's toolbox, we were able to take a look at the rest of Michael's portfolio. Below, we have chosen seven of our favourite names on the list. Brew.com We start our list with this valuable four-letter word. According to NameBio, there have been several five and six-figure sales of four-letter word .COM's this year including Edit.com for $140,000. Based on DomainIQ's WHOIS history, tool, Michael purchased Brew.com around the start of 2015. With the global beer business being populated with innovative new products from craft breweries and smaller startups, Brew.com would be a great destination for a brand within that industry. Diagnose.com The keyword "diagnose" is a quality term within the medical industry and should command a high sales price when Michael eventually decides to sell. Startups such as Babylon Health have raised $85 million to allow online access to doctors within minutes. Owning Diagnose.com, a company could immediately become a major player in the industry. Dragonfly.com Animal domain names have become highly desirable among domain investors thanks to their versatility. According to a recent DomainSherpa review, the domain Walrus.com was acquired by Internet Real Estate Ltd for $55,000. Dragonfly.com is an excellent example of an insect domain that can be turned into a powerful brand name. Instruct.com Michael's portfolio seems to include domain names from growing online industries. Brew.com and Diagnose.com represent premium destinations for the beer and medical industries respectively. Another rapidly expanding online industry is education. Companies such as Udemy, Udacity and Coursera are popular sites with millions of users. The domain Instruct.com would be a good asset for any company attempting to compete against those three behemoths of the online education community. Impressive.com What's an impressive portfolio without an impressive .COM domain? Impressive.com is a positive brand name and according to LinkedIn, there are already plenty of companies using the "Impressive" name. Since 2016, Mike has owned this impressive name after the name was used for several years by an Arizona company called Impressive Labels. Matinee.com Matinee is originally a French word, meaning "morning". However, it has long been adopted by theatre companies to describe an early showing of a movie or theatrical production. Michael has owned the Matinee.com domain since 2015. With an Estibot valuation of $18,000, it may not have the attraction of Brew.com or Dragonfly.com, but for the theatrical industry, it could be an excellent brand name. Important.com In a similar vein to Impressive.com is our final domain on the list, Important.com. Another positive brand name that could be used in many different industries. According to DomainIQ, Michael's company has owned this name since mid 2015. -- What is your favourite name on the list?