rocco - 5:58 am on Oct 21, 2008 (gmt 0)
Let me make a statement: Some domainers believe the domain market will once become something like the real estate market was, a market where half the population will participate and speculate. I do not think so, domain names are much more individually useful, while everyone could live in a house near his work, an apple seller may never be interested in a used car part domain name. Domains are not a liquid asset and that makes investing into them only worthy for those you could pick up lots of names at low prices or for those in the prime segment where always several buyers are competing for the same name; but even such a domain property may bind too much capital which could be better invested. Talking about illiquid assets, even a house is probably more a liquid asset than a domain.