With newer formats, a card’s value is highly correlated to its playability. This isn’t always the case with cards from Magic‘s earliest sets, as evidenced by recent buyouts.
Eternal Magic has gotten very interesting lately with SCG’s price hikes and the announcement of a Legacy PT. Sig breaks it down and looks where to put any newfound profits to work.
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.
This week Sig focuses on the Legacy Vegas GP, identifying areas for potential growth and sharing ways to make money on the format with minimal risk.
Years ago, Wizards of the Coast printed some arguably offensive cards. It’s these cards that seem to transcend the Reserved List – WOTC would be crazy to print these cards again. Is there room to make money on such cards? Sig takes a closer look…
On the surface MTG finance looks healthy, but there are some areas of weakness. This begs the question: do we stick with what’s working or shift to the underperformers?
The recently announced Iconic Masters will bring a new influx of supply to the market on top of the deluge from MM3. Sig explains what it means for your portfolio.
This weekend Sig found a sweet deal for a high-end card at half the market price! His luck is the product of a subtle, persistent strategy for finding underpriced cards, which he shares in detail.
A busy schedule can mean missed opportunities. Sig introduces “window shopping,” a new approach to MTG finance that’s low-risk, high-reward, and easy to do at your own pace.
MM17 is a huge hit and Amonkhet is right around the corner. But not everything can be bought blindly—Sig believes there are some real value traps out there.
DJ’s back to discuss his big purchase and where it goes from here.
Despite the bumpy ride in 2016, Sig has recently shifted from bear to bull on MTG finance. This week he shares the catalysts on the horizon he sees driving Magic’s—and our portfolio’s—growth.
DJ bought something big this week…