I’d like to get others opinions on if there is actually any true liquidity in the domain market. When we think of assets having liquidity we think of being able to liquidate them in short order to raise cash. Stocks, precious metals etc. are some that truly offer the ability to “cash out” for a true value or close to it at least. But it seems that unless a domain name is 3 letters or better, or low digits there really isn’t any true liquidity. Meaning selling at fire sale prices doesn’t count. If you sell an asset at 10 cents on the dollar anything can be liquid but it’s not truly a liquid asset. Also is it limited to “insiders” who have access to potential buyers for quality one word or even two word domains at a true wholesale/retail value. What are your thoughts on this important aspect of our industry?