Core Set 2021 offers a variety of attractive pick-ups for both Commander and Standard speculation (should paper Magic events restart). This week Sig highlights a few of his favorites, inspired by others in the Twitter community.
With COVID-19 halting paper events, vendors need to find alternate ways of restocking cards. Star City Games and ChannelFireball have been touting their buylist pretty hard lately. But can their prices compete with Card Kingdom and ABUGames? This week Sig investigates!
David takes a look back at Mystery Boosters, going in-depth on the reprints that mattered the most.
Every 18-24 months, certain cards go through a period of growth. The next cycle is happening now, and we’re seeing pockets of strength in the market. This week, Sig highlights a few cards that may be overheated and could be sold into strength to raise cash.
Did you know there was a Players Tour event last weekend? Tournament organizers caught on that successful events can still take place over Arena despite COVID-19. As competitive Magic migrates from paper to online, Sig examines how this may further impact card prices.
Commander rules have changed to allow death triggers to go on the stack before they go to the command zone. David explores this major rule change, and how it shook up the market over the weekend.
UndyingMTG examines Alseid of Life’s Bounty, and how he thinks it has the potential to be the next Mother of Runes!
David puts Kalamax, the Stormsire under the microscope and gives us the scoop on what cards pair well with it in Commander.
UndyingMTG gives us the rundown on Lovestruck Beast and how “extras” are impacting the secondary market.
Sig has a saved eBay search for the words “MTG Below Good”–this search catches Card Kingdom’s listings. Recently, they posted a collection of misprints and signed cards. Sig made an offer, bought the cards, and got to work!
UndyingMTG returns with the next segment in his Budget-Focused series. See how board wipes, tutors, and how “extras” in new sets affect the secondary market, with a Commander and Pioneer slant.
At first glance, it appears white-bordered cards are suddenly in style. Chronicles, Fourth Edition, Fifth Edition, and Sixth Edition cards are showing up left and right on MTG Stocks. This week Sig investigates this trend and tries to explain why things are unfolding in this way.
David continues his analysis of Ikoria generals, this time examining Nethroi, Apex of Death.