In his first article for Quiet Speculation, Jim Casale covers Commander cards from Hour of Devastation that may end up holding a significant portion of the set’s value.
David covers a mixed bag of various topics in Magic finance, from alternate currencies, to alternate formats, to alternate arts.
The leaked Ixalan sheet revealed many cards from the set coming this fall. David looks at how the spoiled cards might affect several formats, starting with Commander.
The Ixalan leaks point to a major change in how planeswalkers function, and this makes a handful of cards suddenly much more desirable.
The newly spoiled Solemnity may have a profound impact on older cards. Sig looks at some long-forgotten cards to see if any have potential due to their newfound synergies.
Niels takes a closer look at EDHREC.
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.