Between Nexus of Fate, Counterfeits, Hall of Fame debates, and cheating accusations, Sig is tired of all the negativity within the Magic community. This week Sig puts on rose-colored glasses and finds the positives.
There’s been concern over the market’s health lately, but is a correction really bad for the market? Sig explores why panicking is not the best strategy in this environment.
Brian lays out his thinking on how we can be best prepared to act around some of the cards most in need of a reprint today – many of which are likely to see new versions soon.
At Gencon last weekend, Sig had the opportunity to profit from an Insider tip about a store’s booth. The result caused Sig to reconsider how he approaches some of his buying.
When Reserved List appreciation is all but guaranteed, could taking out a loan to spec on them be profitable? David looks at a case study of someone who did just that.
Thank you to everyone for all the feedback on my first article. I hope this one is even better. I originally drafted this article on Thursday, July 12 and wanted to get this out to you before the weekend. Now we’ve seen two copies of Sneak & Show in the top of SCG Worcester. But […]
A recent debate on the Insider Discord got Sig thinking about the scalability of Magic. Can Magic be an investment vehicle for the rich and famous?
Not everyone has the bankroll to engage in transactions with duals and Power. Today Sig considers some specific strategies for grinding value while on a budget.
Today Adam uses TCGplayer’s ability to sort sets in order of best-selling to identify what reserved list cards are selling and might be due for a spike.
Brian has a theory on the valuation of cards in the current financial meta, and he breaks it down for us here.
Sometimes finance writers appear to have more reach than they really do. Today Sig discusses how writing about Magic finance does—and doesn’t—influence the market.
As prices on older cards rise into the stratosphere, some folks may truly be considering cashing out. This week Sig shares some tidbits on effective ways of selling your Old School cards.
Just because Wizards can print any card off the Reserved List, that doesn’t mean they will. David looks at the textless Magic Player Rewards cards and discusses their value as specs.