1- The food industry in general is going through some significant changes. Delivery of both raw ingredients and restaurant food. Vegan lifestyles and fake meat are really growing. Once the real effects of global warming really start to take hold, these eco-friendly businesses are going to explode. 2- Does anyone know what's going on with the supposed changes to gambling laws in the USA? Depending on the specifics that most certainly could be a "retrend". (@Domain Shane .. I know you've talked about this in the past .. any developments that you know of?) 3- Cannabis is already hot .. but there are still plenty of places where it's not yet legal .. so this trend potentially has a lot of growth ahead of it. 4- Alternative energies are also in their relative infancy with plenty of upcoming growth. 5- IOT .. although I'm not a huge fan of having a connected device that essentially listens to everything I say in my home. With the rise of IOT .. maybe the smart move in to invest in security related domains! lol Again though .. just because 5G will be big in no way means domains that contain the term will be big. 5G technologies will almost exclusively be used by existing telecom companies already using their own brands. Think about it .. how many end user companies are using 4G in their domains right now? I have actually never seen a 4G domain in use. I'm guessing there might be a handful .. but the chances of ever selling a 4G/5G domain are vastly below an solid 2-word domain in an industry in demand for a lot of brands. The best case scenario is that someone sells their 5G domains to another domainer who doesn't really understand how the telecom industry relates with domains .. hopefully for a little more than the domains were purchased for. On the other hand .. AI is a vast and broad fast growing industry where new start-ups are popping up every day. I'm not a huge fan of .AI .. but I definitely would say that good .com domains containing AI can be good investments (again .. depending on specific domains and actual prices they were acquired for).