.CO has changed their policy. Although there are a number of good domains and the extension, by the virtue of it being a short for .COM, is solid, according to me. Here are some issues recently: 1) A lot of the good .CO domains have been priced at $100 2) Investors can hardly manage and own a portfolio of .CO given the pricing 3) The sales seems to have declined - Mainly by the price at which .CO are selling My questions is, given all these scenarios, do you think .CO is still a good investment? When you shortlist like 100 names and try to purchase them, you get this message where out of the 90 odd domains which are available, only say, 20 are prices at the registration price. they categorize even simple names at premium prices and it so happens that you end up not investing in the extension. I personally planned to purchase 1000-2000 domain during promo codes that provide the domain in $1.99 or $2.99 but then, the issue is, you do not have so many names to register. Even the simplest possible names by putting say ly, ed, etc. are priced super high. For domain investors like us, who like to invest and own a huge portfolio of names in the extensions that we see promising, this has huge implications. Inviting all .CO investors to share their comments on this new(or rather old from a year), strategy to price the domain name higher. Any way you are surviving this change? I personally will have to change my entire business model, which was built around this extension itself. Is the registry only targeting end-users by this? Super worried with this.