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One of the big differences between a good and a great domain name investor is the time horizon for which they invest in a domain name:

1) They think long term
2) They buy names to hold for a longer period of time
3) Because they think long term, they know that they can't afford to hold and renew bad names every year
4) Because they can't buy bad names, they extensively research
5) Because they extensively research, they know what they are going to ask for a name
6) Because they know what they want from the name, they end up negotiating comfortably
7) Because they negotiate well, they get the returns they want; more importantly, the returns they deserve

Looking at each name as a 10-year investment could hugely help with the kind of names that we will end up buying and the prices at which we will end up selling them at.
 
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johnn

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What are the names that you have?
When will you stop posting questions
 
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What are the names that you have?
When will you stop posting questions
Doesn't sound like a question to me. More like an observation.
 
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I think you described the difference between a good domain investor and a bad domain investor, more than the difference between a good and great one.

The money is made more when you buy the domain than when you sell the domain. IMO.

Brad
 

NickB

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johnn

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Unless you can show us the names that you own.
Otherwise you are wasting people time and giving them the WRONG ADVISES from your IMAGINATION.
 
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And did you know that the good and the great investor. both to succeed in the domain field that needs a lot of time to work?
They won't have that much time to post all that threads.

Anyway...
Make us put our hand on the wound and evaluate you if you are a good domainer, if you are great.
Or just an intrusive blogger?

A good investor has the right to give advice to others if he is good

It is the right of a great investor to give advice to others if he is Great.

What did you do to be good, what did you do to be great..
To make us listen to your advice
I agree with john
 

HotKey

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There are successful investors who don't think long-term at all. They do great in anticipating quick returns. I am not one of those investors. But I admire them because they grind all day every day.

Differences in domain investing styles aren't indicative of greatness. I think what is is commitment and a proven track record cumulating to a level of success that few others have achieved.
 

johnn

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People fall into his trap.
He just post nonsense questions and let people spend the time to post but he never come back to answer. Always make a new thread.
No one know know what is his agenda.
I asked FBI agents and they said they gave up.
 

HotKey

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Forget the FBI, they told me to ask the wife. Wife said I got some work to do.
 

lock

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The same measurement made in any industry the amount of money not amount of threads started.
 

Mkt Sales Leads

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People fall into his trap.
He just post nonsense questions and let people spend the time to post but he never come back to answer. Always make a new thread.
No one know know what is his agenda.
Yeah, I too noticed the OP often posts stuff but rarely follows up. As mentioned before, he's prob paid to post filler content in the form of random questions.