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.
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.
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.
After a year of ups and downs in Magic finance, Sig has new optimism for a profitable 2017. He looks back at valuable lessons from 2016 and strategies for the new year.
Sigmund has scaled back his recent bearishness, allowing for some strategic purchases…but only if the time horizon is specifically defined.
Despite all the headwinds Sig’s been discussing, a handful of factors point to a buyer’s market in Magic. He highlights a couple sectors where it may be wise to put money to work.
DJ revisits long-term speculating, this time focusing on the risks and pitfalls associated.
Following up on his review of the four-color commanders, David delves into the other exciting side of the new Commander 2016 product—the two-color partner commanders.
Mike’s here to break down the Commander 2016 decks. Which will be most powerful and which will be most valuable?
The printing of new commanders can increase demand for old cards that pair well with them. David looks at the four-color commanders to see what may be primed for a jump.
DJ discusses long-term specs in this era of increased reprint rates.
The full Commander 2016 spoiler is out. David shares his observations on cards of note and what we may glean about Wizards’ reprint practices moving forward.