I would argue that buying and selling domains is the best way to make money online that doesn’t require a large financial risk upfront. Yes, I’m saying it’s relatively low risk for the educated. We can invest a modest $100 and turn it into $1,000 without much effort. It’s absolute madness when you compare it to the 6% return the U.S. stock market posted in 2015. With that being said, it’s a constant grind. Those who think they’ve mastered the trade will quickly get left behind. We are forced to learn every-single-day. There’s also a steep learning curve. Those to jump in without floaties will quickly sink. 2015, was my first year doing this full-time. It was scary, fun, and scary. I also had ups, downs, and in-betweens. For those of you who want to make a living buying and selling domains, I have one piece of advice: learn to budget. I heavily reinvested during 2015, which was fine and dandy until I stopped auctioning and started selling to endusers. That change had many implications that I did not realize at the time. My new strategy required patience. Unfortunately, I did not budget appropriately so I was forced to liquidate over the summer, which evidently is the worst time to be a domainer. Always remember, money comes and money goes in this industry, often unexpectedly. Be prepared.