DJ’s back to take us through his favorite cards from among Amonkhet’s commons and uncommons. Come on in, the bulk is fine!
An inside view on sharking part 2.
An inside view on sharking.
Aggregate data can provide a lot of insight into general trends in Magic finance. Today Niels presents some graphs taken from Trader Tools data and analyzes what they mean.
Over the years, Magic finance has changed many times in response to new market realities. Brian believes we’re witnessing another major shift that merits attention.
DJ returns to the discussion of bulk, this time to go over how different printings can impact picks.
Reserved List cards are useful as speculative vehicles, but they’re not as foolproof as they seem. Niels explains some of the crucial downsides they can present.
In a guest article for Quiet Speculation, Chad O’Brien weighs in on the recent Reserved List buyouts that have received so much press.
Moving into the Modern off-season, Sheridan explores the Taking Turns deck as a hot strategic and financial investment.
Rotating staples are known to dip in value, but how much? David looks back at some historical data to see how Standard staples have fared post-rotation.
How is the financial value of Standard distributed across its various sets? Check out our latest infographic for all the info!
The banning of Splinter Twin has brought the Modern community to its knees. Sheridan is here to sift through the wreckage and show you what’s likely to win and lose in a post-Twin world.
As part of compiling our OGW cheatsheet, I computed the cards in BFZ that gained and lost value since the prerelease. Shocking nobody, the prices fell a lot. Here’s the data on the set.