Hello, readers and welcome to the Thursday edition of the Daily Stock Watch! It has been a week of reviews that involved cards that have minimal to no impact in Modern and Standard, and I plan on ending the week by following that trend with today’s feature. It’s another one of those cards that you […]
Rob checks if Forced Fruition is worthy of its new price tag.
Rob takes a look at another gainer that should be on the go soon.
Rob has some serious hate going on for this card. Find out why.
TCGplayer isn’t the only game in town for outing cards directly to consumers. David surveys some of the other options and weighs their respective pluses and minuses.
We’ve got an Insider Field Report on GP Atlanta, breaking down the good, the bad – and the room for improvement.
There are many ways to sell or trade your cards, and Adam explains the multi-faceted strategy he is using to clean up his collection and cash out.
David spent the weekend at Grand Prix Atlanta hitting up dealer booths and tracking his sales. He breaks down his earnings by store and shares tips from the experience.
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.
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.
After starting his TCGplayer seller account in January, David has learned a lot about selling on the platform. He shares lessons learned on how to make the best of the service.
Brian’s experience at the dealer booths in Providence left something to be desired. He shares advice for dealing with vendors when they’re not being straightforward with you.
There are a few basic practices you can follow to get the most out of selling your cards. Jim covers the most common pitfalls and how to avoid them.