#1 - This reinforces the legitimacy of reselling domains that are arguably generic, for profit.
In our view, offering a domain name for resale (including for a profit) does not, on its own, lead to the conclusion that a registrant registered a domain name in bad faith with the primary purpose of selling it to a trademark owner.
Consistent with the UDRP consensus view, holding a domain name, even for resale,consisting of an acronym can be bona fide and is not per se illegitimate under the Policy.
#2 - In regards to domains that aren't clearly a generic product or service (i.e. acronyms and many dictionary words), parking with advertising isn't generally worth the risk. It invites CDRP/UDRP complaints based on a legitimate complaint that a domain is infringing, even if the mark isn't a registered trademark, or even if the domain registration predates the trademark. Essentially, you're just provoking a fight, and you'll have to now defend yourself. You may still win, but you have to spend valuable time and money defending these complaints, and there is always going to be some risk as these are decided by humans who can be swayed. Instead, simply display a for-sale page and you will clearly establish your legitimate interest in the domain for resale purposes. This will invite more offers than a parked domain anyway, and any potential revenue loss is likely trivial.
#3 - CMI was sold for $16,000 CAD on Jan 31, 2019, a decent sale.