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.
There have been some big price movements across formats this week, so Adam explains what’s going on…
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.
A few years ago Sig posed a question to the QS forums on the best place to park some money. Today he revisits the response to see if we can improve our future-forecasting ability.
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…
Every week, some of the best financial minds share their “picks of the week” via multiple MTG finance podcasts. Sig tries his hand at pick of the week by sharing his own targets.
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.
DJ got his Lotus grade by BGS. Let’s see the results!
DJ’s back to discuss his big purchase and where it goes from here.
DJ bought something big this week…
Niels is here to discuss a speculation target he’s been on for a few years: has it paid off, or should he continue to hold out for more?
Sigmund has scaled back his recent bearishness, allowing for some strategic purchases…but only if the time horizon is specifically defined.
Sigmund has made his first major decision with respect to his collection: to sell out of Legacy. Today he explains his motivations and thought process as he debates the next move.