I wonder if all the NNN will get taken, should have put in for a few myself.
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Since no one has started it, thought of doing the honors myself...
Quite a number of 3 Chars including several NNN.
Has someone forgot to renew or lost interest??
The former applies to me, with one of the domains in the lot today... will try to be careful the NEXTTIME!!!!
Looks like all the NNNs were taken...including almost all the LLLs..
garb.ca and disguise.ca the day's first two picks... so that says it all.....
I don't think I've ever seen a worse week.
Maxwell Arnold: Mensan, ex-realtor, metalhead, hobbyist domainer- maxwell  maxwell.me
ALWAYS buying LLLL .com's and generic .ca's!Women lie. Men lie. Numbers don't lie.
There are also a few takers here who only post for their own interest or to extract information instead of helping one another.
On the list - just from what we saw earlier, there were a number of strong $5k retail value domains to be gotten.
Last edited by msn; 07-26-2012 at 11:31 PM.
I see the value for sure and you make a good point..
Those are 'decent' names but how long do you have to hold onto them before a decent offer comes in, you could have years of renewal fees while waiting. Unless you plan to develop them all - parking wouldn't bring in much.
If you find a domain name which you think has value - I think, for example, that Pandamonium is a great word - then be prepared to own it.
When we calculate the cost of a domain our time horizon is more than five years, and usually closer to ten years, just like it would be for a land developer, or if the term land speculator would be used, the time to hold a given parcel of land could be twenty years.
No one is advocating holding a domain for twenty years, but unless you are prepared to hold domains for multiple years, just do not buy them.
Pick five domain names which you believe in, instead of fifty in which you do not.
Looking forward to some interesting reading in the Canadian Domainer . I am sure you will keep us informed on that.. Yes, I like your analogy. Makes sense alot.