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In 2016 short, numeric domains continued to sell well and I expect that trend to continue in 2017." "The good news is that I am seeing many new faces at the Domain Industry events.
Breaking into the domain investment business takes cash, risk, and a sense of what the needs are of the general public, as well as other Investors.
I see Sellers are dropping prices more and more instead of sitting on a high priced domain.
All g TLDs are not the same so I believe the niche domains will suffer in the long run, while extensions while and will grow.
The debate on that topic continues to rage with true believers on one side who see success as inevitable and unmoved skeptics on the other, claiming the new TLD train has already gone off the rails.
Speaking from the perspective of an Investor, if I were to take any risks on these new extensions, I would pick the most generic extension to flip, and I would make sure is was very, very short.
With the continued devaluation of the Yuan, I predict that Chinese investors will turn to the new affordable extensions for investment.
It is reported that Chinas government has approved official licenses from MIT, the domain regulator in China.
So, let's get started by introducing this year's panelists (and thanking them in advance for taking taking time out of their busy schedules to share their thoughts us).
We'll start with commentary from domain investors who make their money through buying, selling, monetizing or developing domains.