Discussion in '"Short" Domain Discussion' started by italiandragon, Feb 8, 2008.
Pretty much any LLL is easy to make a brand of. UXV = United eXchange (eXtreme etc.) Ventures
Yea, I stand corrected, erased the post, thanks as "UX" is also this relatively new User Experience thing too in tech. Good price for someone.
JBO.com closed at $16,630
Featured Auction: 1eeq2wcr | http://www.namejet.com/Pages/Auctions/StandardDetails.aspx?auctionid=4003779
Another cheap one... ixa.com will end at NameJet today. Very brandable, I think, so will be interesting to follow.
IXA.com has sold at least three times in the last 2.5 years.
I don't know which NJ alias won it for for $42,000 in December/2015, but an assumption is bidder first based on the WHOIS updating to Hu Weisheng in December 2015. http://www.namejet.com/Pages/Auctions/StandardDetails.aspx?auctionid=3742622
The reserve is between $25k and $50k. So anything that hits reserve appears to be profit if the seller is the one who bought it from @BoothDomains
IXA.com sales on NameJet:
first auction sold to "first". last one didn't met reserve
Well, ixa.com ended at $18,000 and did not meet reserve. It does indeed seem like the trend is downwards.
Although this one is not a Chinese premium, it should command more than this as witnessed by the previous times it has sold.
There were several $69 bids placed years before your $69 bid in this past auction. The earliest being a $69 bid by yiming October 5th, 2009.
The previous auction NameJet auction winners for this domain were First and TwoTwo. I did not see either of them in this last IXA.com auction. Is it common for them to miss a LLL.com auction at NJ?
it is not usual but happens, maybe because they become tired of repeated auctions of the same domains...
CUH.com will end in less than 18 hours at NameJet | Current High Bid: $11,211 by finlead. First and TwoTwo have yet to bid above $69.
The earliest $69 bid was placed on October 4th, 2009 by alias Yiming
http://www.namejet.com/pages/auctions/standarddetails.aspx?auctionid=4003779 | Featured Auction 1eeq2wcr On April 25th, 2017 it looks like it was parked using as-drid-2959215220667262
someone is trying to sell a 29 domain portfolio of LLL.com's for $700K, maybe see weakening in pricing, as the reseller market was really holding up the price, and people are taking a step back, and letting it fall a bit, looking to get better deals which is the right move.
It is supply, and demand, and the names investors were hoping to cash in on, are actually costing them money say if they had put it into BTC, they maybe looking to make other moves, causing more supply, in a
i see this as the unwinding of positions after the bubble pop at the end of 2015. however, the puzzling thing is that this is happening in counter-cycle with the economy. it has gone way to low to not mean that a substantial top has been put in place but the length of it without a major pullback it's really a rare thing.
i am justifying with with two things:
1) money been diverted to the sink hole of ngTLDs
2) money being diverted to crypto market that has become a huge bubble. we only need to look at so many domainers talking about investments in cryptos to make the connection.
The stock market is on fire also like Home Depot Tesla amazon Apple Microsoft like they just keep going higher and higher. The P/E ratios are getting a bit wacky, and have a lot of the new admins scenarios in play, it is going to be big Xmas bonuses on Wall Street this year, hopefully this December there is a lot of excess spending in play that needs to be done, and domainers get a bit of that capital in their direction.
CUH.com finished at $14,133. Winner: Defendor01
This is the new lowest CVC.com sale since XUG.com in 2015.
First, TwoTwo and ThreeThreeThree have yet to bid ))))
Nice observation! Though...
They both placed $69 bids.
Who? Who? Who?
Apologies if any of these have been posted already
CIF makes sense at that price for some large corp etc. as it is really the only one that make sense in common usage. (For shipping/trade company)
CIF is also the acronym for Central Issue Facility.
I haven't seen this sale recorded in NameBio yet, though it was mentioned in today's DNJournal.com article.
Personally, I have a hard time believing all sales reported to DNJ, so I take it with a grain of salt.
call me naive but DNJ is one of the few sources that I trust
Well, maybe I am the naive one. Because I trust your opinion.
Can you say why you trust DNJ? Would you say you trust them more than places like ShortNames.com or NameBio.com?
I haven't seen DNJournal.com provide any coverage to the bidding on your own names at NameJet debacle. Maybe I'm wrong? What I do see is DNJournal.com constantly publicizing sales from those who were directly implicated in that scandal. @Ron Jackson is not the only person doing this, but for some reason, I expected more from DNJournal.
because he has been on the market for long, doing due diligence on his reports AFAIK. and he doesn't enter in the "intricacies" of this market. he is there to inspire and to spread the reported sales.
Maybe I'm misreading their verification of reported sales, but it appears there is a clause that doesn't require well known parties to send in sales documentation. I don't know if that means both buyer and seller, or...? I'm not sure if other sales reporting venues have similar clauses / standards.
no other venue does better than this. yes, it could have a flaw by the trust issue as we have seen several well know persons behave very dubiously.
Cif is also a household cleaning product brand owned by Unilever - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cif
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