There have been quite a few notable financial .com domain names sold in the past few years for large sums of money. I understand there have been other private deals that aren’t included among the public sales, and there have also been several large deals that involved underlying businesses. For instance, MutualFunds.com and MutualFund.com were recently acquired for an undisclosed price.
Some of the recent (past 5 years) notable (and public) financial .com domain name sales include the following:
- Invest.com – $5,000,000 (unconfirmed)
- Investing.com – $2,450,000
- PersonalLoans.com – $1,000,000
- ReverseMortgages.com – $600,000
- Finances.com – $500,000
- Dollars.com – 381,150
- Payment.com $250,000
- Consolidation.com – $220,000
In my article about the reported sale of Invest.com for $5 million, someone asked what StockMarket.com might be worth if it were to be sold. In my opinion, StockMarket.com is an exceptional domain name, and it is more targeted than Invest.com and Investing.com. Some might say that being more targeted would make this domain name more appealing, and I will leave it to readers to opine on its value.
At the present time, StockMarket.com is a website that is operated by domain industry development company Left Of The Dot. According to its website, “Stockmarket.com is a leading provider of investment research for North America, Europe, Australia, and Asia. We provide a range of products and services for our members who tend to be individual investors.”
I have set up a poll below seeking your valuation of StockMarket.com. You are also welcome to share feedback about why you feel it’s worth the amount of money you chose in the poll.