I’ve dabbled around with domains for about a decade, on and off. I treat it as a hobby and, like many here, have a professional life outside of the domain industry. As such, I can be very relaxed about my frequency of sales and even my profit margins – I simply treat it as a modest, second income. As a result, my “portfolio” of domains is tiny by most domainer’s standards. I rarely have more than 15 domains, peaking at about 20 from time to time. At the moment I think I have 9. However, the domains I do have tend to be of a relatively high quality (previous sale history, aged, common, positive one worders or 4L brandables, limited to only the most popular extensions). But is this a viable model if domaining was any more than a hobby? If I wanted to derive a more meaningful income from domains, is the only option a large portfolio with a wider array of names, working on the seemingly standard basis of only selling a tiny percentage every year (reg and veg 🤣)? Or do some of you make a living from domains with a very tight portfolio focused on promoting and selling a few domains at a time?