Hey Stu, I wrote a keyword analyzer (in python [linux]) to search for the most popular keywords in new daily registrations. Then I took a compiled list of the best selling keywords for domains, then I combine moderately trending keywords with successful domain combinations. Example... if "Coin" is trending, okay so I look for RedCoin BlueCoin BlackCoin BestCoin NewCoin etc... but I have a spreadsheet with 300 Red[kw] cells that I just replace [kw] with the keyword. I check these domains against the existing Zone file... if there are ones that have not been registered I will register them. Something the zone is not 100% accurate but that list of 300 gets dwindled down to about 5 or 10, and that's where your "money is". I've registered strong IoT and VR domains this way (that received inquiries)... BUT... and this is a BIGGGGG BUT! BUT... it's no easier or more profitable than just buying a good dn for $200-$500 and getting to work outbound. IMO For a process like this to be effective you have to monitor the daily handregs EVERY DAY. It gets to be a pain, then you are just left with a difficult sales pitch to someone who sees that you just registered it. MY OPINION is that these types of domains can be valuable long term 5 - 7 years + hold. But you have to keep an eye on them as well. If they term starts to pick up traction then dump the garbage that didn't become popular and keep your winner. If you are looking for quick flips in $100 dollar bills that can be doable, but I'm thinking it's a lot of work. You may have a better process than myself so i guess it is worth a shot if this appeals to you. Either way, that is my experience with this topic. Cheers.