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.
Reserved List hype is getting old, but we haven’t seen the last of the buyouts. Sig shares his strategy from the past couple weeks to get ahead of the buyouts and sell at a profit.
Mike’s perspective as a store owner gives him insight as to which cards sell surprisingly well. Knowing this stuff can make you some money, so give it a read.
Legacy is coming back to the Pro Tour, which is big news for speculation. David makes a first pass at cards that might be priced attractively given the news.
Nine times out of 10, selling after the Pro Tour is the right strategy. Sig didn’t speculate on the event this time, but that hasn’t kept him from doing more selling than buying lately.
Sometimes a card can reach surprising highs by dodging reprint time and again, despite not being a format staple. This week Sig looks at cards you should be aware of because they are climbing to new highs while increasing risk of crashing upon reprinting.
We’ve all dealt with vendors before, but do you know about the extra opportunities presented by buying or selling at big events? Morgan’s here to give us a behind-the-scenes look at vending at GPs.
DJ’s back with another iteration of Breaking Bulk, making sure you know which cards not to leave behind.
Heavily played cards can be the bane of your inventory. Fear not! Sig explores the best options to move these oft-unsellable cards without taking too large a haircut on price.
Mike’s here today to break down the many options you have available for when you want to sell an entire deck.
DJ breaks down some of the top selling and buying experiences he had at 2017’s GP Vegas.
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.
Many speculators have declared buying cards in the $2 range a “value trap” not worth their time. This week Sigmund takes a closer look at the strategy to draw his own conclusions on its merits.