Don't put all of your money in one bucket. It's easy to fall in love with domains, but as an investment it's important to diversify. Consider real estate, stocks / bonds, and other sorts of traditional investments, along side your investments online. You'll be less likely to do something drastic if one of your investment classes takes a temporary dip.
True .can we get more views from full time domainers .Get a job, business, services, freelance or do something creative.
Explore and develop your skills in things that can benefits you to make money and for the future career.
As for me, i realised that i cant grow with domaining alone. I do online business & freelance to keep the bills paid, while i invest my spare time in learning new skills like a design & marketing .
I keep the 30% profit to buy a domain, 50% for my website, 20% spend for courses.
In my opinion domaining is are investment not a business, unless you own a domain company.
Like other types of investment domaining requires a lot of patience, time, money & sometimes luck.
Quantity is the correct answer. You cannot create consistent cash flow with domain sales unless you have a sizable portfolio. Parking is different if you have a highly trafficked domain, but the chances of you getting one of those is slim to none these days.
Therefore, the only way is having a domain portfolio of hundreds or thousands of domains. Domain sales can happen daily, but you need a very large portfolio before that will happen, and your portfolio has to be good. You can't hand-register hundreds or thousands of domains and expect to have cash flow. Most hand-registered domains will never sell.
You have to build up a large portfolio over years of picking the best domains at the best prices that you can find.
That's the only way. That's why most domainers do it part-time until they've been able to accumulate a portfolio that is performing consistently and allows them to leave their day job. It's very possible, but it will take time and hard work.