Jason Mcardle of QLQ.com wrote a blog post on where QLQ sees the domain market going.
Jason started off looking at how the Chinese economy is affecting the domain market as outflows continue from the stock market.
From the article:
We are seeing much more activity in the more volatile, less expensive end of the investment market. For example, 4L.com, 4L.net CHIPs, 6N.coms, 3L.orgs, etc have shown a nice jump in value. People are looking for cheap names that have a good chance to show a high percentage return. In terms of the domain investor market, these are the penny stocks. We believe that the upward trend in value of these types of domain names will continue based on the fact that more investors (both Eastern and Western) are entering the marketplace and we haven’t even seen the massive influx of investors from places like India and Brazil that are sure to come.
Jason opined that there is less confidence in seeing big percentage gains in the more expensive names like LL.com, but they are much less volatile.
He put together the following chart:
Read the full article on QLQ.com