Pretty much what I meant based on abilities to influence alone I couldn't agree more its apples to oranges pretty much.For me, stocks are easier, although I studied finance and currently work in equity research. With companies that I trust, I know when is a good time to buy and enjoy dividend income and long term capital growth. With domains, outside of very premium names, there comes a lot of uncertainty and waiting for a sale can be anxious.
Of course, stock investing and stock trading are completely different concepts, to which trading is much more difficult.
Absolutely not harder. This is one big reason unlike with stocks which you cannot control someone else runs the company domains you can increase there value in many different ways over time or even on a short period basis it is possible. Stocks however your sitting and waiting hoping someone gets the company right.