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Chinese domain market sales : Hold onto your chips, or let them go?

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Chinese domain sales report.

Chinese domain sales report.

The Chinese economy is on a rocky ride, and although the Year of the Monkey started with a flatlined stock market, there’s light at the end of the tunnel.

According to Jordi Visser who leads investments at the $1.4 billion U.S. hedge fund, Weiss Multi-Strategy Advisers, China’s Shenzhen Composite Index will beat other stock markets this year.

If you can wait for evidence of it by the end of December, expectations are that the Shenzhen stock market will top all others in the next three to five years.

In theory, anything can happen, and even the fast-dropping domain Chips might be given a second chance, if you hold long term.

But should you keep your “Chinese letters” LLLL .com’s for three to five more years, or let them go?

Joseph Peterson’s expert analysis of data from February domain sales at NameJet, confirms his previous statements regarding the falling curve of chip domains. Make sure you read it slowly, preferably while eating a nice, nutritious noodle soup.

Greek domain investor, Konstantinos Zournas, shared his experience with the “chip” market and how he made a ‘killing’ by selling his LLLL .com domains at the peak of the market last year. Smart decision!

We keep track of the Chinese domain market sales for .CN and .COM domains that are short: between 2 and 4 characters in length. Some activity data provided by BenMi.com, the Chinese domain market tracker.

Here is today’s list of domains:

150.cn
crh.cn
dth.cn
lch.cn
bfjw.com
dswr.com
qtcb.com
xctp.com
zlrd.com
zpnj.com


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2 Responses to “Chinese domain market sales : Hold onto your chips, or let them go?”
  1. Rajesh says:

    Hey move along… nothin to see here…

    My Chinese Gold Mine Canary, Domain Shane says things have bottomed πŸ™‚

    Shane is still singin, so let’s keep pinyin’in..

  2. DomainGang says:

    Rajesh – Tweet, twat! πŸ˜€

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