DSAD.com: Domain Shane’s List of Domains at Auction for Purple Monday the 23rd

Nov 23 2015

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This morning we have the other half of the Domain Sherpa show.  Last week we discussed the Chinese market and today we have a portfolio review.   If you want to see Frank Schilling at his happiest then you’re in luck. Today’s portfolio is right up his alley.  Drew and I agree but not quite on the same level.  Check it out AFTER you go through this list and buy a bunch of them.  PS:  To whomever sent me the homemade cookies in the mail, without a name there is an exactly zero chance I’m eating them. But Thank you.  I won’t even feed the squirrels with them.  They look delicious and probably are,  but I am not going to let you Putin me.  Here are today’s names. Click for current prices.
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PBSB.com  CHIPS took a little step back in price this past week. I buying names to take advantage because I think that its temporary.  Don’t buy on my statements.  And this is the type of names I’m buying
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GoldTrade.com  Despite gold’s drop in price its still one of the most traded items on earth
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AmazingStocks.com 17 years old.  Only a good name because there are no bidders and its $12
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431.net  I can’t remember the last time I saw a NNN.net up for sale.  Not sure if I’ve ever seen one
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02807.com All 5 number dot coms are four figure names and seem to be a good investment.  Time will tell but in the meantime I’ll just leave this here
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15235.com  This one is much better.  And double the price.  I expect that to be more

463360.com   I think the ground floor for 6N.coms will be $100 very very soon IMO
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OldTimbers.com  Upgrade for quite a few places and things.  No bidders at $12
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FindFood.com  Under $25 at press time.  Pretty obvious use here
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VGXI.com The 900 monthly visitor is what caught my eye.
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94550.com  I like round numbers.  Chinese are eh about them.  But that didn’t seem to matter judging by rise in price
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42430.com Funny that this one is doing better at press time. Shows patterns, even with fours are liked

BTHB.org   Since the LLLL.com buyout last weekend the prices have definitely moved up.  Google translation is not great but evidently it means “not easy to handle”  .

BWWG.org  Same here.  Means “Fighting Chicken”  just kidding something along the lines of “and for our country”  I like the WW.  I am a simple guy
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7g.biz  Closes today.  W6 and W8 dot biz have sold in the $400 range recently
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TTTCH.com Triple repeating 5Ls are now all in play.  I have bid on 50 plus patterns in 5L on Godaddy lately and have won two of them. Hot baby, hot
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BNPD.net   Nice Western and Chinese letters.  Better Not Piss Downwind
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QHHSH.com  Another pattern doing well.   QH is the city code for Qinghai
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DRJK.com  Crossed the $2K mark with some room to run.  Black Friday special if it stays at this price
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823895.com   Under $100 at press time.  Worth a bit more than that IMO
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JS2226.com  The background on why these JS names sell.  One, its a city code of Jiangsu.  Second they have become synonymous with gambling.  So they are being purchased for both reasons PJ5552, JS2227, JS6662 are also getting bids

MCLN.com Not getting any bids early.  Again, the reserves keep people from bidding for some reason
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VAGZ.com  Going to be an adult site all the way.  Concentrating on ……well you know.
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UCCJ.com  No reserve so it will sell.  And Flippa has offered some good prices on LLLL.com lately
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WFFW.com  For personal reasons I hope this goes over $5K. Not close yet and it ends today
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RTNR.com  Great western letters and a CHIP.  The perfect LLLL.com investment IMO
FOR OTHER GREAT NAMES FOR SALE MAKE SURE TO VISIT CAX.COM
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OOOD.com   Hasn’t been a triple repeater LLLL.com to use as a comp lately but this doesn’t count because of the vowels
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FFFE.com Same here.  Same vowel problem
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RedHankerchief.com   Pretty good brand for $12.  Easy logo
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10KForAWife.com  17 years old.  You can tell this is an old name because the going rate is $17K
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EquineStudies.com  We have a giant building dedicated to exactly this.  Not exactly sure what horses are good for anymore though.   We should eat them
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EMRK.com   Entry Level name.  You want in the LLLL.com market?  Here you go
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Recurso.com  Resource , like natural resource, in Spanish
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Asteroid.net   Great brand and a few high bidders have the same feeling
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Pluto.net  It will always be a planet in my eyes. Always
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MobileTheatre.com I thought it would make a nice app.  But nobody else agrees.  One bidder
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PBVB.com  The every other B is nice.  Need to kick the V out of the club though.  Bringing down the quality
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Warranty.net  Huge money maker for stores.  Big rip off for everyone else
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Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. (if you have trouble with the contact form its shane@ this domain name) I Charge $10 per name per day. 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 . (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. I hand choose my names but I am paid to make this list by both the auction houses, individuals that are auctioning names, and Godaddy affiliate links. Keep that in mind and only buy names that YOU think are good investments

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8 comments

  1. Trav

    Weird, I didn’t notice until today that your blog and Uniregistry share the same mountain background pic…

    What I don’t get about reserves at GoDaddy is why a bid doesn’t automatically climb to the max as long as the max is <= the reserve price. Take MCLN.com above. It was at $100 with a reserve. I placed a $1K bid and now the high bid is $670. It should be $1K. Maybe it only does this if the reserve is still higher than the bid? I mean, what if the reserve was $1K? Does that mean if I bid $1K, I can't win the name because no one else bid high enough for my $1K bid to kick in? I don't get it.

    1. Chris @ Swing Names

      You placed a proxy bid of $1,000, meaning GoDaddy will bid up to $1,000 on your behalf. As other people placed bids, the proxy robot bid for you to top their price, if still under your highest bid. At the end of the day, you’d pay $670 (enough to be the highest bidder), not $1,000.

      I think auctions don’t tie the proxy bid and reserve together to avoid tipping their hand on what the reserve actually is.

      1. Trav

        I don’t follow what you mean by tipping their hand on what the reserve is. If I place a bid that is high enough to cover the reserve, then I’m obligated to pay that amount. I can’t retract the bid now that I know what the reserve is. An auction should should move to the highest bid price regardless of previous bids as long as it is <= the reserve. It would be good for sellers as well. I wonder how many reserve auctions have bids higher than the reserve but no secondary bidder high enough to push the highest bid beyond the reserve.

  2. teri

    I don’t get it either Trav. I had the same thing happen with a 4L com with a reserve. No way to bid any higher to possibly hit the reserve.

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