Will There Be a Market Correction in 2016?
There are quite a few areas of the domain market that have been on fire lately. Numeric domain names of all sizes seem to be on a tear, and short domain names in general have been selling rapidly. Even non-.com domain names have apparently been selling quite well of late.
There has been talk of a domain market bubble, and various people have been sharing their thoughts on whether the market continues to stay hot or it goes down. Frankly, I have no idea. I am not making a lot of purchases based on the current state of the market, but I am positioning myself to make money regardless (my recent buys include QQQQQQQ.com, Travels.com, BoatRental.com, SSSN.com, and PRRR.com).
2015 is nearly finished. It’s been a fire year for many, especially the domain registries and domain registrars. I am curious if you think there will be a domain market correction next year. I have no idea, and I am curious about what you think. Vote in the poll below and feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section.
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