A portfolio refers to the collection of domain names that an investor currently owns.
The size and quality of a domain name portfolio can vary greatly depending on the investor’s strategy. Some investors may prefer to have a large portfolio of lower-cost domain names, with the hope that a few of them will become highly valuable over time. Others may choose to invest in a smaller number of premium domain names that already have high value.
A well-managed portfolio is typically diverse, containing domain names of different types (such as .com, .net, .org, etc.), different industries or niches, and different levels of maturity. This helps to spread risk and increase the chances of profitable sales.
Managing a domain name portfolio involves not just buying domain names, but also tracking their performance, renewing registrations, negotiating sales, and staying updated on market trends and opportunities.