Rather than dwell on a single topic from MTG finance this week, Sig shares a few headlines worth following: something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue.
With everyone talking about Masters 25, other important headlines are falling into the background. Sig looks at the other major stories that can help you make money in the coming months.
Unplayable old cards are jumping like crazy. Rather than question the trend, Sig advocates taking advantage by converting those Rebirths and Voodoo Dolls into staples.
Last week was a volatile one for the stock market, which begs the question: will such a sudden drop impact Magic prices? Sig looks back in history to investigate.
As you leverage MTG finance to build a deck or collection, it’s important to keep in mind the overall utility of your cards. Sig explains the importance of knowing what your cards are really worth.
What does it mean to be “risk-averse?” Is it based on the Magic cards you buy, or if you’re willing to buy Bitcoin? Today Sig attempts to tackle the meaning of risk in a much broader context.
A week into 2018 we’re already seeing some new trends unfold. Sig takes a step away from Old School to discuss other trends he’s buying into as the year gets underway.
This year in MTG finance turned out great if you had the right exposure, but some formats floundered. Could things change in 2018? Sig makes his predictions for 2018.
The market manipulators are at it again, this time targeting Bazaar of Baghdad. Rather than get upset, Sig considers the practical implications and how we can respond.
People have started moving on Alpha cards, and many are disappearing from the market completely. Sig highlights the unfolding trend, and shares ideas on how to take advantage.
Several months ago Brian laid out a scheme for classifying Old School cards by tier of playability. Today he discusses the price movement we’re starting to see in the third tier.
Domestic arbitrage gets less press, but opportunities are available if you know where to look—the more obscure the card, the better. Sig looks at some that may be overlooked.
The Reserved List has been a hotbed of activity over the past couple months, overshadowing other cards not on the sacred list. Sig identifies some movers and recommends what to watch.