A few years ago Sig posed a question to the QS forums on the best place to park some money. Today he revisits the response to see if we can improve our future-forecasting ability.
There has been a series of jumps in Modern and Commander foils recently. Adam highlights the most interesting cards and explains what’s going on.
The surprise spoilers from Commander 2017 revealed that Dragons will be one of the featured tribes. Mike looks at the leaked cards to evaluate their possible demand.
DJ’s back to fill us in on the “bulk” that really isn’t bulk anymore, this time from some recent Commander sets.
On the surface MTG finance looks healthy, but there are some areas of weakness. This begs the question: do we stick with what’s working or shift to the underperformers?
Every week, some of the best financial minds share their “picks of the week” via multiple MTG finance podcasts. Sig tries his hand at pick of the week by sharing his own targets.
Statistical tools like regression lines can be of enormous help to isolate and make sense of trends in Magic prices. David lays out the basics and illustrates with an example.
Sig’s routine trip to the supermarket became a MTG finance idea. This week he shares his discovery and applies hard and fast data (even with statistics!) to support why a certain Commander deck is a more compelling buy than all others.
There’s been no shortage of buyouts lately, but not all are created equally. Sig analyzes the most recent movers to determine what’s worth chasing and what’s best to sell.
Modern isn’t the only format targeted by Modern Masters 2017 reprints. David shares his thoughts on the landscape for casual specs in the new set.
Over the years Wizards has produced a ton of supplemental products, with a range of differing values. David breaks down every supplemental product and its cards of note.
Modern Masters 2017 is right around the corner, and reprinted staples are sure to tank. David looks to past releases for objective information on what to expect.
With low-value specs, transaction fees can eat up a large portion of profits. Foils are a natural remedy. Sigmund looks at the phenomenon and suggests some foils for pick-up.