Mar 6, 2014
Jason Thompson

Coupons.com Is Set To IPO Tomorrow

Coupons.com-Logo

Tomorrow is the big day for Coupons.com. They are set to IPO on the NYSE around $13 per share. This is one of many .com stocks which will hit the public market this year. If all goes well, they may actually reach the levels of RetailMeNot, Inc. one of these days. Regardless if you are a stock investor or not, Coupons.com is an example of what can be done with a solid premium domain name.

I’ll be watching the IPO closely and I might invest once the stock price starts to settle. For more information on the IPO visit this link.

Mar 6, 2014
Jason Thompson

My GoDaddy Domain Name Aftermarket List 3-6-2014 Are You Kidding, Brandification, Flower Child Blog

As an entrepreneur I don’t think we ever get fully used to working a traditional job. There is something about paving our own way that intrigues us. We tend to see things differently then those that choose to follow the crowd and we patiently wait until we can ditch the job to focus on our life’s work. There is nothing intriguing about working for others, but there is plenty to learn.

There are many of us that are paying the cost to be the boss and that is ok, as long as you keep it in perspective. Domain investing has given many of us the freedom to separate ourselves from the crowd. Some of us our content with the extra income and some of us use that income to build “real” businesses. Moving forward, make sure to really hone in on what you are trying to build and ask yourself what you would like to be remembered for. In the end money is just paper.

Here is the list for today! Enjoy!

32761.com
4militaryfamilies.com
63237.com
accusa.com
areyoukidding.com
brandification.com
briefcaserockers.com
cafegurus.com
caribbeanfreeradio.com
cutthecraft.com
deductify.com
definingvoice.com
discoververmilion.com
drvj.com
finaldelivery.com
floridatransportation.com
flowerchildblog.com
fwwu.com
fycr.com
giftcrowd.com
greensolarpanels.com
herbadvisor.com
holystage.com
hrjsw.com
hubbed.com
huntersinsight.com
icanhelpyou.com
investigativevoice.com
iwealthsavings.com
kjgv.com
koxh.com
kvfh.com
kzff.com
lifeoncamera.com
linestore.com
namesbot.com
nativeliteratures.com
nerdyjokes.com
ninjapaparazzi.com
nwmi.com
officeflavour.com
oqvo.com
pawfinders.com
personalizationcreation.com
receivepay.com
rifq.com
rryp.com
santasmells.com
saysogirl.com
scrapeboxguide.com
servermom.com
sewingforbabies.com
silverboxmedia.com
sportflooring.com
surfbase.com
talku.com
theinternetguy.com
ujtc.com
ultrakicks.com
vcho.com
videosfan.com
vitaminblog.com
walletmoneyclip.com
waterbands.com
webhostingplex.com
wvkz.com
xmhq.com
xmilfs.com

Mar 4, 2014
Jason Thompson

My GoDaddy Domain Name Aftermarket List 3-3-2014 420startup.com, CAMW.com, GreenConsultant.com

As some of you I love to invest in stocks. A few months ago I invested in JC Penny and was able to average down to about $7.41 a share. I was investing in it when there were concerns of the company going bankrupt and the bears were completely slamming the stock. Today it is trading at $8.38 a share and I have no plans of selling it for quite some time. I stuck to my guns with this stock and I am now reaping the benefits.

Domain investing is no different! I can’t reiterate enough to stick with what works. Don’t buy into the hype because in the end it is your money!

Here is the list for today! Enjoy!

420startup.com
airportlimolasvegas.com
audiocabin.com
bodytransform.com
buydips.com
calgarystockbroker.com
camw.com
chicagobuilders.com
crosswalksafety.com
csvv.com
dailyposters.com
designforkeeps.com
digitalcamcoder.com
freearabhosting.com
gjfk.com
greenconsultant.com
gripping.me
ilovelollipops.com
j8o.com
judgemental.org
keytohappiness.com
legalroach.com
lifeinsurancecoach.com
makingbestbetter.com
michigancannabis.com
musicboy.com
pagz.com
premierplumber.com
promotes.info
registerdesk.com
ruse.net
sanjosefuneralservice.com
sponsoredbydad.com
sportsforum.ws
supportachild.com
transpond.com
upling.com

Mar 1, 2014
Jason Thompson

My GoDaddy Domain Name Aftermarket List 3-1-2014 Popular Creations, Speed Bet, Stop Obesity

How many of you purchased a .sexy name? I purchased a couple of them and I will be going back for more. I’m still surprised at some of the keywords which are currently available. I’ll admit I was a little skeptical at first, but now I feel .sexy is a great brand play. My mindset doesn’t always go into purchasing a name purely to flip it. The names I registered are purely for development purposes, but I will certainly entertain any decent offers which might come my way.

Make sure to read this if you haven’t already.

Here is the list for today! Enjoy!

420broker.com
appsfun.com
aqmk.com
brxn.com
cafepot.com
cannabisforpain.com
capturemax.com
cordlesstelephones.com
corporatelimousines.com
dnar.com
dqfb.com
dvxd.com
formulatenow.com
fundog.com
glendalebakers.com
gpuo.com
hackerlife.com
healthymarijuana.com
houselift.com
iabr.com
kindweed.com
lclc.com
livinglifepurely.com
lngu.com
lpjh.com
marijuanaindex.com
medicalmarijuanakit.com
meetinggrid.com
mxzi.com
mycarsearch.com
myunlockcode.com
oauj.com
onlinemeal.com
popularcreations.com
reuserecycling.com
rrlw.com
ruwh.com
shoppingforever.com
signaturestyle.me
speedbet.com
startingawebhostingcompany.com
stopobesity.com
theyprint.com
uibn.com
uodr.com
upriseclothing.com
urbanweddingmagazine.com
weix.com
wkqr.com
wooness.com
yasv.com
zncs.com

Feb 28, 2014
Jason Thompson

My GoDaddy Domain Name Aftermarket List 2-28-2014 Lending Local, Poker Campus, Vegas Tourist Attractions

It’s been an interesting 24 hours. The weather out here in Los Angeles went from being sunny to rainy. I haven’t seen it rain this bad for years. To make it worst our dog mysteriously disappeared from the property. This is something she has never done before. We went looking for her, but we were unable to find her. We are hoping that she ends up at one of the animal shelters. Unfortunately these things do happen.

My Dad had a special knack for picking up stray dogs and for some reason those dogs always seems to want to stray again. As you may of guessed it, this was one of the dogs that my Dad found when she was a puppy. I don’t know what it is, but maybe they just feel compelled to do it. Hopefully everything turns out well!

Here is the list for today! Enjoy!

420supplier.com
appsbit.com
barbershoplocal.com
bitinglife.com
bondsclub.com
bulletproofelectronics.com
clipvoo.com
dreampackages.com
eejz.com
erepairman.com
filmbots.com
futureofworking.com
glitzzy.com
gossipsociety.com
howtoimprovemyscore.com
jepj.com
lendinglocal.com
lovethyshelf.com
loyaltyapps.com
marijuanacollectivelosangeles.com
medicalmarijuanadispensarylosangeles.com
mkro.com
naturesgrow.com
pleasematch.me
pokercampus.com
safetyemployment.com
stylesink.com
supportourschools.org
szhi.com
telebabble.com
udif.com
vegastouristattractions.com
vokgo.com
weddingplannerlosangeles.com

Feb 27, 2014
Jason Thompson

My GoDaddy Domain Name Aftermarket List 2-27-2014 Congrats Michael & Toofun

Excuse me for cussing, but the news I just read was FUCKING amazing. Sometimes cuss words are needed and this is a perfect example of one of those times. If Michael Castello and TorrontoDomainer have not made you a believer, then I don’t know what will. I can tell you right now, that these two absolutely deserved this sale. Michael is one of the most genuine people I know. If you need some advice, this guy will literally go out of his way to give it to you. I was in a position to invest and find other investors for a startup not too long ago and after meeting with Michael I made a better business decision and decided not to raise any money for the startup. Let’s just say Michael’s advice was invaluable in this matter.

If anyone was going to broker a domain for over a million dollars I would of put my money on Toofun. This guy has the drive of a sixteen-wheeler truck flying across the interstate from city to city. One is a visionary and the other has an untouchable thirst for success. This is one of those combinations that should squash all of the skeptics out there. Congratulations to the two of you and if you haven’t already, make sure to smoke a fine cigar for me!

Here is the list for today! Enjoy!

420soap.com
bestdealership.com
bntq.com
buildpal.com
cannabisjournal.com
crowdtees.com
dreamboxvault.com
dubaidoctors.com
floridaweddingphotography.com
iw4.com
lovetobrew.com
luckshoe.com
myguns.com
njnw.com
nmgq.com
pfiy.com
rentaflag.com
rentcaskets.com
rightcoin.com
salestech.com
shortread.com
stealthat.com
stonehost.com
surveyproject.com
tgxn.com
travelfreeguides.com
usedtoners.com
wealthready.com
wolfdesign.com
yugler.com

Feb 27, 2014
Jason Thompson

A Few Thoughts On A Thursday

It is 6:53 am PST and I am sitting here at my computer watching JCPenny. A few months back I decided to invest in this stock because I believed in it. Some rumored that the company would go bankrupt, but as with anything I stuck with my belief system and saw right through the BS. There is something about an underdog that I like. I’ve always been one to route for the team that no one else thought would win.

Turnaround stories are what makes investing fun and it appears that JCPenny is now on the path to success. The earnings release caused this company to jump from $5.96 to about $7.32 where it is trading now. It’s up about $1.36 as I type this which would be 22.82%. I’ve been slowly accumulating shares for the last three months and now I’m finally able to sit back and watch this baby climb.

So why am I even sharing this information with you? I decided to share this information with you because I created a strategy for myself and no matter how bad things got, I stuck to what I believed in. As investors, regardless of what we are investing in it is important to create a strategy and follow-through with it.

As I have mentioned before, domain investments are highly speculative. This is one reason why I don’t solely just invest into domains. Then again, the word invest for me refers to seeing an opportunity to make more money than my original investment. I’m saying this because a number of us tend to blog about domain investing. Some of us don’t really talk about how we make money and then there are others that will simply say that they have never lost money investing in the domain investment space.

The truth is a number of us don’t really factor in the opportunity cost. DomainShane wrote a great blog entry which explained how opportunity cost was not being factored in by those that are running the new gTLDs. Here is my favorite quote from Shane’s blog entry yesterday:

The biggest thing the pumpers of the new gTLDs are missing is opportunity cost.  It’s not just about whether you are going to make an overall profit in your purchases, it’s how much more did you make than all the other investments available with that money.

If you really think about what Shane is saying here, some of you who are claiming to of never lost any money on domain investing have completely ignored where your money could of been put to better use. For me, domain investing has always been chock full of slow returns. I’m not one who ignores the details. If I factor my time and the opportunities that I have passed on to invest in domains, I can honestly say that I am in the red. I invest in domains because I see opportunity, but this doesn’t mean every investment that I make will make money for me.

Again, we all have different strategies. The playing field is not equal and the opportunity differs for all of us. So let’s take a moment to really determine why we are in this space. I’ll share with you why I decided to do it. I initially saw an investment vehicle in a highly unregulated market, where a small percent of investors were making huge returns. Yes, when I initially started domain investing I was attracted to all of the hype. Once I started to invest in domains, I realized that this type of success was only experienced by a select few. It really took me a couple of years to hone in on a strategy, where I could flip a few names and concentrate on development.

My domain investments in the new gTLDs are purely to hedge risk. The investments that I have already made in the .com space are for long-term returns. I’ve been dropping a ton of domains lately in an effort to really slim down my portfolio. I am keeping the cream of the crop and letting everything else drop. ;-)

Long story short, if you don’t have an investment strategy for yourself then you are investing blindly. Domain investing is not a hobby, unless you like collecting virtual dust.

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