It’s hard to safely invest in cards for the long term these days, but Brian has some ideas that might help us all do a little better in this area.
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 year’s run on the Reserved List brought newfound profits to a previously unexplored space. This year the same profits are being realized on other rares from Magic’s earliest sets. But what’s the best way to sell these unplayable cards?
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.
Masters sets have fundamentally changed the Magic marketplace. Brian explores what it means when virtually every Modern staple is doomed to a reprint.
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.
Reserved List plus judge foil? This combination is clearly a recipe for high prices, but some of the cards out there are cheaper than you’d expect. David investigates.
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?
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.