Adam recently went through a box of old bulk he had been putting off, and he discovered much more than value…
Managing bulk can be tedious, but a well thought-out process will save time and money. Brian breaks down his method for handling bulk without letting it take over his house.
Some seemingly random commons and uncommons from Magic‘s first two sets are priced surprisingly high. Sig discusses what they are and why they’re holding value.
Mike tried his hand at Vintage and Legacy at Eternal Weekend, but also found ample time to buy and sell on the floor. Here are his financial takeaways from the event.
Niels has some personal MTG finance rules of his own to share.
Got a pile of Hour of Devastation bulk? DJ’s here to tell you should be picking out – for both play and monetary value.
DJ’s back with another iteration of Breaking Bulk, making sure you know which cards not to leave behind.
I get that a “Swan Song” generally refers to “the end of something” or “the finale,” but that’s not why I picked the art for Swan Song as the thumbnail for this article. I’m not going anywhere (other than Vegas this week), but I really just picked it because Swan Song is another good old “everyone […]
Even among true bulk, certain cards may have promise. David explains his strategy for identifying the “not quite bulk” cards that could have value down the road.
Many Magic financiers have long given up on trading as a worthwhile endeavor. But if you’re willing to grind the trade tables for bulk, it can still be profitable.
DJ’s back to fill us in on the “bulk” that really isn’t bulk anymore, this time from some recent Commander sets.
DJ walks us through a recent buylist sent to Card Kingdom consisting of lots of bulk. This is a great way to monetize your hobby.
DJ advises today on some cards to watch for while picking bulk – seemingly useless cards can add up to big money if you know what to look for.