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Are You Holding Or Selling Your Liquid Domains?

Discussion in 'General Domain Discussion' started by Silentptnr, May 18, 2017.

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  1. Silentptnr

    Silentptnr PRYCR.COM AUCTIONS Business Account VIP

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    Timing can make a huge difference in the sales price of a liquid domain name. I tend to be more of a holder of liquid domains rather than a flipper of sorts.

    By liquid domains, I'm referring mostly to 2,3,4 letter and 2,3,4,5 number .com domains.

    Are you selling now or holding your liquid domains as long term investment?
     
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  2. metwebber

    metwebber Established Member

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    Trying to get rid of low quality domains and get middle class ones for the floor price. In short, I hold the large part of the portfolio.
     
  3. Loxline

    Loxline Established Member

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    The DN aftermarket have a quite similar pattern as it was in late 2007 (drop). For example Shortnames provide useful reports.

    Hiding in the closet!
     
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  4. Haykay2005

    Haykay2005 Active Member VIP

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    Floor price for 4L is currently $126...it's good to hold anyway
     
  5. briguy

    briguy Guru In Remission! VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    wilfra Business Member Business Account

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    What is the base wholesale price of an LLL.com these days? (bad combinations)

    Last time I owned them it had just gone below $5,000. I'm going to predict it's about $2,000 now.
     
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