Compared to many full time domain investors, I have a pretty trim domain portfolio. I keep anywhere from 15-25 significantly valuable domain names in my portfolio (like Torah.com, Burbank.com, Planners.com, CallCenters.com, DogWalker.com…etc) and the rest are names that are probably less valuable – let’s say under $10,000 each. Some may be worth a lot of money to the right buyer, but most are mid-level investments.
I want to share my portfolio breakdown with you so you can get some idea of my domain investments. I own roughly 475 domain names (possibly a few additional that I didn’t count held in various smaller accounts).
Here is the TLD breakdown for my domain portfolio:
- .com – 97.4%
- .net – .6%
- .org – 1.2%
- .CO – .6%
- .info – .2%
As you can see, most of my domain names are .com and I would say my most valuable domain names are .com assets. They are easier to sell and aren’t very expensive to renew. I don’t think this will change in the near term, although I am open to other extensions should the market change in the future.
If you are willing to share your breakdown, I think it would be interesting to see where others are investing.