28 Jan '16, 4pm

Chinese domain sales : No questions, just the facts

Chinese domain sales : No questions, just the facts Posted by DomainGang on January 28, 2016, at 11:06 am Domain sales Made in China. In domain investing, and life in general, asking questions ensures you’re getting what you are promised. Without asking questions, domain investors become lemmings instead of self-thinking individuals and entrepreneurs. By all means test the waters of any venture you come across, ensuring that you don’t lose your shirt in the process. Quite often, promissory statements made by so-called market “experts ” fail to disclose an underlying agenda that might be in place. Also: Past performance is not indicative of future results. The Chinese domain market is one such ‘Wild West’ venture. Many claim to have made small fortunes trading domain names among the Chinese domain investors, but there is little data on the fortunes that have been lost due t...

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