When I started domaining 6 years ago, I just asked to myself:
- Which country is big, with potential future growth?
- In which extensions short domains are available?
And surprise, answer was .in
That's where everything started! These domains have been ignored by investors during years, but fundamentals of a successful investment were already here. It took time to see a market correction, but this correction just started a few weeks ago. Early .in investors are now keeping LLL.in like gold.
I have had offers at around $450 for certain specific chips and much much more for western premiums and pronounceables, but I didn't sell as prices are rising on a weekly, sometimes even daily basis! This time next year, LLL.ins will be sky high in terms of prices, as end users are also getting more and more interested in these types of names as easier to type in a mobile centric India.
The Chinese, et al, have been on a dot in buying spree. I have received several offers all of a sudden, in the past week, on my one LLL. in name. All offers were in the $250-$275 range. I of course said no to them all.
Short dot in's will only go up in value. Everything comes in cycles. That, and if you read the sales data on DNPric.es , you'll see that short (LLL) dot in's have sold well into the 4 figures (and those are just reported sales). Good luck to all.