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discuss Prices for 4 letter domains have gone up significantly in the last 2 months…

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tiletalk

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4L pronounceable have always been in demand however the prices for these domains seem to have gone up by nearly 30% or so in the auction marketplace in the last 2 months. I have been tracking names nearly daily and names have been going for much higher than what an investor would generally pay imo.

anyone notice similar trends?
 
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AEProgram

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They would be up 10000% if domainers stopped making donations all day and priced their domains based on potential for the buyer. Imagine if domainers were asked to price a 30 second superbowl ad, what would they charge? $50?

Most 4l's that hit the auction marker are not pronounceable 4L's. Domainers can claim xvbj is pronounceable but the market says otherwise. I believe that a pronounceable that means nothing (non dict.) is worth at least 250k (ie hilk) and a 4l that means something is worth a minimum of 1million.
 
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We need big players to buy portfolios of thousands of 4L.COM and form an oligopoly.
 

AEProgram

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We need big players to buy portfolios of thousands of 4L.COM and form an oligopoly.
Free markets are the only way, and educating asset owners is part of the free market.
 
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Solid 4L .com's, whether they're acronyms or pronounceables, are still way undervalued IMO.
 

AEProgram

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Solid 4L .com's, whether they're acronyms or pronounceables, are still way undervalued IMO.
agree. I like the pricing you set, smart and fair
 

xcloud123

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good 4L domains are always high or hard to grap .
I would rather pay high price to get one good 4L instead of buying 10 ~50 common 4L domain