THE BIG AFTERMARKET LIST: Tuesday’s Domains at Auction or Dropping on July 22nd

Jul 22 2014

People ask me what stocks to buy and I tell them to pay attention to your daily life.  Think of the places you love to go, why you like them, and then dig a little deeper in how to invest in them.  I saw Ford cars around me and loved their look.  I bought a Ford Explorer Sport and absolutely loved it.  I liked what the company was doing and invested in it.  It has paid off well.   A month ago I was standing in line at Chipotle and thought to myself. “I stand in this damn line three times a week. And I stand in line at lunch and at dinner at every one I go to.  I should at least own some of this” Yesterday earnings came in exactly as I thought.  They came back with the best numbers in the industry and projected even better in the future. Stock up 10%.  My options should be up 200-300% which I will put into the stock.  It doesn’t take brilliance, it takes paying attention.  But it’s easier said than done evidently .  TAKING NAMES FOR FRIDAY’S BOOK OF 10:  Have a name at auction or for sale? Reach 18,000 domain investors.  $25 per name .  Early Bird Special, First FOUR TWO names get two for $35  Most people will know the Japanese anime game but I didn’t.  I just thought it was a sleepwalking/scary movie name  Most people will know him as the compassionate Hutt the visited Jabba’s palace (yeah I knew this) but probably more of the value comes from the age, last names, and companies that share the name  I use one at the gym to do benchpress alone.  But is a nice brand for many things.  16 years old  Look at all the drain cleaning/service ads.  No bidders. I think you get your $69 back here pretty easily Per all getting lots of attention  Vietnamese word meaning “awesome domain name”  JK. I have no idea what it means but I knew it was Vietnamese and saw it had millions of results on Google  Surprised this one isn’t higher. Ironically the people who want an instant credit card are the ones that can’t get it

Make sure to Like Namejet’s Facebook page if you have sec  Short, memorable  And who doesn’t love NY   Evidently nobody like push reel mowers any more    Because not everyone can roll a tight one  Other than the seller going a little overboard on the description on this one, it’s a great name.   Great name, won’t meet reserve because it’s a dot net.  If you are going to buy a dot net this is the type you want but dot nets have come down quite a bit in the last year.  Which could present an opportunity

NEW Saturday!!!! Working Godaddy Domain Code of the day.. 20% OFF Cart (aka, when you don’t have any other codes)fb2hpac20  Bad if you have it. Good if you’re trying to help people get out of it. 16 years old and getting some love  10% of the dot com put this a lot higher than the present price  Under $50 this morning  Awesome name.  No bidders Can already see a great youtube channel  The generic version of a food truck. NO bidders  $20 gets you this one …maybe    My favorite of the LLLL.coms today  Decent golf name for under $30   The double 7 is getting lots of bids   There are going to be lots of these with all the new pot companies being developed   She can have her own channel as long as I get the remote


Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. We may be able to help. If you have an auction you want to promote, email us for details. *All names chosen by me, Shane, and the goal of this list is to have all links be paid through commission . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything I say is based on my own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or my opinion is correct.

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  1. John

    Those CMG options are constantly pumped. Basically all or nothing trades on long side. … What they have been doing on college campuses for decades.

  2. Kassey

    Peter Lynch wrote “One Up On Wall Street: How To Use What You Already Know To Make Money In The Market” years ago. It’s a good read.

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