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radykal says

First question: Is it allowed to sell your envato portfolio?

If yes, how would you calculate the price for it? I would calculate it like this:

Last monthly income * 24 months

By the way I dont want to sell it, but is an interesting question when maybe your fingers gets cut off or you gettin stupid because of refreshing the page to much to see if you have sold something.

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Hyuga says

If we will can to sell our portfolios, I think the price will be last monthly income * 12 months, but I don’t think this to be legal.

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omarabid says

No, it’s your right to do so. You just need to remove your items. I’m going to sell re-seller rights for one of my items.

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radykal says

Of course with items. Otherwise it would make no sense!

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TylerQuinn says

It depends on how much you make… If you are doing 5 or 6 figures a month then the 24 month revenue model will be way to high so I would say 12 month for most of the big sellers. Not sure why you would want to though.

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ZoomIt says
TylerQuinn said
It depends on how much you make… If you are doing 5 or 6 figures a month then the 24 month revenue model will be way to high so I would say 12 month for most of the big sellers. Not sure why you would want to though.

6 figures a month ?? From web development ?

That would be awesome..

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FlashTang says
ZoomIt said
TylerQuinn said
It depends on how much you make… If you are doing 5 or 6 figures a month then the 24 month revenue model will be way to high so I would say 12 month for most of the big sellers. Not sure why you would want to though.

6 figures a month ?? From web development ?

That would be awesome..

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TylerQuinn says
ZoomIt said
TylerQuinn said
It depends on how much you make… If you are doing 5 or 6 figures a month then the 24 month revenue model will be way to high so I would say 12 month for most of the big sellers. Not sure why you would want to though.

6 figures a month ?? From web development ?

That would be awesome..

I bet there are some people on TF who have large portfolios could get close to it… Probably not but I was just making an example. Even at 20-50,000 a month you are looking at $500,000 to a million + to buy out a portfolio it does not make much sense.

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maxvarlson says

I think in the case of selling your whole portfolio/account the price is something that would differ from portfolio to portfolio and can not be calculated generally.

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