I read an article this morning that was an interview by Raymond Hackney at tldinvestors.com. He interviewed @bmugford of datacube. (By the way, I really enjoyed it). What I found interesting in the interview is that Brad doesn't invest in cctlds, except .us! He mentions having around 800-1000 .us domains and that he feels good .us names are undervalued. Here's the excerpt from the interview... "4) Have you delved into any of the country codes that have been hot since last we spoke, like .ai, .co or .io? The only ccTLD I really invest in is .US. I own a portfolio of around 800-1000 mostly top quality keywords, brands, and GEO. I just see the extension as undervalued in general. My inquiries and sales are solid. I have sold terms like Tech, Cloud, and others for serious prices. As far as secondary extensions go in general, I would only be willing to invest in the top tier terms. Basically the lower quality the extension, the higher quality the term needs to be." Here's a link to the entire interview: https://tldinvestors.com/2020/07/brad-mugford.html Thanks Raymond and Brad.