With Eternal Weekend approaching, Brian revisits his fundamental strategy involving Old School cards—why are they so appealing right now, and where do we expect them to go?
Modern has been overshadowed by the growth in Commander and Old School of late. This week Sig investigates the format to see if there are any good bets to be made.
The Reserved List spikes have quietly generated a rare opportunity in the high-end market. Sig shares some concrete examples of how to exploit these recent trends.
Cards tend to break down into “tiers” of value, based on the formats they’re played in. Brian explains how this theory can inform potential picks in the Old School format.
Opportunities for international arbitrage in MTG finance mostly dried up after the secret got out. But recently Sig has found a new arbitrage opportunity that he’s been exploiting profitably.
A card like Black Knight might not seem exciting, but if it’s an Alpha copy it will still hold value. Brian considers what we may be missing in the earlier sets of the game.
This week Sig takes a step back to reaffirm his priorities so he can in engage social media better while avoiding the negativity. Don’t worry, there are still some picks in there!
There has been a lot of discussion around Reserved List buyouts and their merits. Sig explains why he believes the high prices will likely stick with or without speculator intervention.
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…