Can quantitative analysis be used in domain investing to yield consistent, profitable results?
If it works for stock investors, then it’s likely to be a viable option for domain investors.
For those not familiar with the quantitative approach to investing, this method of investing aims to pay acute attention to the numbers and less on the intangibles.
While a certain segment of domain investors often shoot from the hip, emotionally buying and selling domains in the heat of the moment, there is a growing segment of domain investors crunching data to achieve the following when domain buying and selling:
- Identify consistent patterns
- Model discovered patterns
- Predict and realize profitable growth over set periods of time
From identifying which extensions are heating up or cooling down to which extensions yield a greater percentage of profitability, quantitative domain investing is truly a dispassionate decision-making process that consistently executes effective buy/sell discipline, unhindered by emotion.
Tune in as Bob — a retired educator and scientist, now domain investor and writer — discusses how he stumbled upon domain investing, the parallels between quantitative investing in stocks and domains, and the various tools he uses to perform quantitative analysis when buying and selling domains.
In addition, Bob shares how he leverages his background to promote insightful dialogue pertaining to the disciplined use of quantitative domain investing at micro and macro levels in the domain industry.
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