I thought many times of start building decent .com domains when having enough capital in the future, but I always struggled with a math in my mind, which kill off the idea, thought sharing this math, and let's see what are experienced dominers opinion? let see, I want to build a portfolio of 100 decent .com domains, cost from high xxx to low xxxx with average accusation cost of $1000, will be acquired in a time frame of approximately 12 months, count for 8-9 domains each month. Number of domains 100 total accusation cost $100,000 STR of %2 with 5-10x profit from each single sale with average 7x that's mean each year, I would sell 2 domains for $7000, which mean I will recap $14,000 in the first year, £11,150 in the second year after subtracting renewal cost of around $8.5 for each of 100 domains plus $2000 to compensate for the 2 previously sold domains, without even expanding the portfolio. So in this math, I will be able to recap my investment in 9 years without profits and even after all that, commissions not included in this math, that's what I would not consider as a viable business model for me to do. What do you think? - Please share your opinions, correct my math if possible thanks.