Julian Biondillo shares his Commander list helmed by Marchesa, the Black Rose in his first article for Quiet Speculation!
Sigmund never thought he’d be accused of a pump and dump scheme – it’s not his nature. Yet a poorly worded sarcastic tweet, inspired by Jason’s article last week, was all that it took. This week he defends his coordinated “buy out” using economic theory and cold hard facts.
It’s far too difficult to know the price of every relevant card, and it’s best rely on others in the community to ensure you remain in front of the hottest trends. This week Sigmund covers this topic in light of the up-and-coming Tiny Leaders format.
With much of the Magic markets in a calm period, Derek looks to Dragons of Tarkir for inspiration.
Jason Alt is preparing for rotation by thinking about Commander and Tiny Leaders. He goes over some undervalued and soon-to-drop targets that he expects to perform well in the coming year.
Derek introduces the concept of the Compost Box and digs through a box of bets to see which have panned out and which haven’t.
Last week’s B&R announcement caused tidal waves in the MTG Finance world. Many writers suggested an array of strong pick-ups throughout the week. Before you buy deeply into any one card, Sigmund urges you to consider one key risk.
Derek explains how and why you should be using Pucatrade to round out your MTG Finance experience.
“Casual player” is such a loaded term…
Are the Commander 2014 good buys as sealed product?
Popularity with the Commander crowd can certainly affect a card’s price, but not all Commander staples are created equal. Jason Alt looks at some key cards and explains which factors are the real determinants.
At first glance, the turnout at GP New Jersey indicates the health of Legacy. But is there more than meets the eye? This week Sigmund examines pricing trends to make his own assessment, which may be gloomier than expected.
The Commander 2014 release sported some unexpected inclusions that threw a wrench is many speculators’ plans. David Schumann takes stock of the situation and explains what we can expect from Wizards moving forward.