Which Metals do you Trade in? GTLD’s are Like the Metals Few Ever Heard of!

Morning Folks!!

Here is a list of metals. If you ask the average person on the street to list all the metals the best they will do is come up with about 10-15. Probably less. That's out of about 100. And they have been around all of our lifetimes and it was taught to us in school.

There are going to be 1000 GTLD's. The average person could not name 10-15 and NEVER will. The average person could not name ONE today! NOT ONE!!! The fact that "Domain Speculators" can't even see, discuss or understand this tells you everything. It's just too simple to understand. But as their wallets keep getting lighter, they should eventually figure it out. MAYBE!

They do have one thing in common. Most new GTLD's have a lower value than TIN! But everyone knows TIN! GTLD's for the most part are BILLS not ASSETS! Do domainers actually know the difference? Tin at least has value and there is demand.

Lithium
Sodium
Potassium
Rubidium
Cesium
Francium
Beryllium
Magnesium
Calcium
Strontium
Barium
Radium
Aluminum
Gallium
Indium
Tin
Thallium
Lead
Bismuth
Nihonium
Flerovium
Moscovium
Livermorium
Tennessine
Scandium
Titanium
Vanadium
Chromium
Manganese
Iron
Cobalt
Nickel
Copper
Zinc
Yttrium
Zirconium
Niobium
Molybdenum
Technetium
Ruthenium
Rhodium
Palladium
Silver
Cadmium
Lanthanum
Hafnium
Tantalum
Tungsten
Rhenium
Osmium
Iridium
Platinum
Gold
Mercury
Actinium
Rutherfordium
Dubnium
Seaborgium
Bohrium
Hassium
Meitnerium
Darmstadtium
Roentgenium
Copernicium
Cerium
Praseodymium
Neodymium
Promethium
Samarium
Europium
Gadolinium
Terbium
Dysprosium
Holmium
Erbium
Thulium
Ytterbium
Lutetium
Thorium
Protactinium
Uranium
Neptunium
Plutonium
Americium
Curium
Berkelium
Californium
Einsteinium
Fermium
Mendelevium
Nobelium
Lawrencium

Rick Schwartz

 



11 thoughts on “Which Metals do you Trade in? GTLD’s are Like the Metals Few Ever Heard of!

  1. BNA

    GTLDs are the new issues of the domain name industry. These are mostly issued to make money for the companies that own the registry that churns them out. These companies are depending on people who don’t know better to go out and spend a lot of money on them not only to buy them but also to renew them at high costs. Just like many stamp collectors spend millions on new issue stamps from the post office all of the time, they are actually buying into stamps that will mostly drop in face value when they want to sell them so that they get burned. This has been going on for years, but these collectors never learn because they always think that they know better.

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  2. Jeff Schneider

    The ( .COM Logogram Brand) is the most recognizable Brand in the civilized world NOT Google ! There is an awakening to the fact that Google/Alphabet Amassed a multi trillion $ war chest of cash, on the backs of the .COM Equimoddity Class Assets Back, Sourcing Trillions of $ from .COM Equimoddity Position Holders ,through the SEM Cartels manipulative Algorithm controlled Traffic Stealing Platform. JAS
    Gratefully, Jeff Schneider (Contact Group) (Metal Tiger) Former ( Rockefeller I.B.E.C. Marketing Intelligence Analyst/Strategist) (Licensed C.B.O.E. Commodity Hedge Strategist) ( Domain Master) ( UseBiz.com )

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  3. John

    Indeed, but “domainers” are either as unaware of the “big picture” as people are about TLDs, or want to ignore it.

    The big picture is that “domain names” have been almost practically obliterated from people’s consciousness by design.

    Google of course being the #1 perpetrator, in bed with government.

    If anyone doesn’t understand why they (all) would want this, i.e. aside from mere money and profits, they can learn. The truth is not hard to find or see.

    This reminds me of how here we are so many years after April 2002, and still for all intents and purposes the American public does not even know that .US itself even exists. But the “domain industry” is largely so short-sighted (and dare I say lacking in vision) that they think it is mainly because of the registry itself. “Not hardly,” as the saying goes. Sad.

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    1. Jeff Schneider

      Hello John,
      Your thinking is better than most. To broaden your scope on language and writing, would be highly beneficial to catch up with what We already know. You may want to study and review a valuable resource for ALL domainers benefit, in truly understanding the underlying forces shaping the futures digital evolution. Resource = (Writing and Civilization : From Ancient Worlds to Modernity) JAS
      Gratefully, Jeff Schneider (Contact Group) (Metal Tiger) Former ( Rockefeller I.B.E.C. Marketing Intelligence Analyst/Strategist) (Licensed C.B.O.E. Commodity Hedge Strategist) ( Domain Master) ( UseBiz.com )

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  4. John

    Oh and speaking of your list of metals there, .gold is actually one of the only whole TLDs I like. It’s really very good in terms of real world end use and appeal, despite the current status quo regarding public awareness deficit. And despite that I did also even experience some rather aggressive .gold suitor action from China itself, i.e. the Chinese market, and (surprise surprise) it was not even for a numeric. Aside from the literal meaning, i.e. metal, this TLD is also exceptionally versatile with regard to alternate meaning. Btw, I noticed Mike Berken picked up “Buying.Gold” in early release. Based on when he did I believe he would have paid around $3k doing that, maybe more.

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    1. John

      P.S. The current status quo about public awareness and interest, however, does make it more of a “bill” than anything else, but the potential is there.

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    2. John

      Interesting (later now), I just went to see if “sports.gold” is available, and wouldn’t you know it, missed by only a week to someone in China.

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