You betcha! however you might wanna make sure and wait for another person to confirm it as I am on the fence. Better yet, why don't you e-mail the 123 reg guys because they can give you help better...
About IDNs, I say that only because I've seen very few good IDN sales (other than the last one reported on DNJournal), and see their value only in the Japanese market. The Chinese are too busy learning english, and they still carry that stigma of their original language being a 'third world' language (I know this because Hindi carries the same stigma in India)..
And yes, you can find LLL.coms for $5k, but thats only when the seller is a non domainer. A domainer would be smart enough to send the name to auction and earn 7k+. They're still the best investment IMO, with guranteed returns. I see LLL.coms as bank deposits with about 25% interest rates...you can cash them out (sell them) any time you want, because you'll always find interested buyers..
Nice summary you've got there. I would have to disagree with you on point 15 "That it's impossible to hand reg a single .com with more than 200 OVT". Just found a .com today with OVT of 1k that I'm just about to register, with the .co.uk & .de already taken..
Thats nice..I've found it hard thought, unless you get lucky with a good delete...I think thats what must've happened in your case..
Good luck with it....
I sure haven't seen a 1 worder with 1k ovt for reg (not expired) around in awhile.....
It's actually a 2 word domain, nothing fantastic, but I'd say it's worth the reg fee..
You've learned a lot in a short time. I wish other would read and learn that quickly and we'd all be better off. I'm sure in another year or so you could add another 100 points to your list, so keep reading and learning. Good luck using what you learned so far..
I do disagree and have to reword one statement. Sedo does pay, and I've always been paid promptly WHEN THEY BUYER PAYS. Some sedo buyers do not pay, but I've had pretty good luck at probably 80% follow through. Sedo should increase that to 100% though by policy enforcement and changes...
Which is hardly surprising, though people would like you to think differently..
My experience, where I own both the .in and .co.in has been that .in's get more traffic and sell more!.
I'll add the following here -.
20) Only generics have value, brandables might sound nice but cost a bundle to promote and tm names are poison..
You have hit that spot on. Just that 'good domainers' were once noobs like us...
You sure have caught on quickly. And I think you hit the nail right on the head although everything has it's exceptions..
Thanks for sharing,.