Jake and Joel cover a lot of ground in this one. Check it out!
Jake and Joel are at it again.
Ixalan is a few weeks old, but players will still wait for the Pro Tour results before buying in. Brian looks at the cards most likely to spike based on his testing.
Adrian covers a number of powerful cards that you may remember – and that aren’t quite what the Modern or Standard metagames are interested in right now. Metagames change, though. How can we make money when they do?
Mike has been brewing in the new Standard format. He shares his current works-in-progress and discusses some cards that are still flying under the radar.
Magic Online results paint a picture of the metagame evolved from the World Championship, and Adam explores what it means for the market…
Mike provides a classic “pics” article with his ten selections for underrated Standard cards as we move into the new post-Ixalan environment.
Mike details the value in several real-life cracked boxes in the Ixalan Box Report, before covering gainers from the SCG Open weekend in Dallas.
After seeing Ixalan in action at the prerelease, Mike has a better idea of how the new cards will fit into Standard and which strategies are worth targeting.
Mike covers his Top 10 picks from Ixalan most likely to make an impact in Constructed, and offers his financial observations along the way.
The spoilers keep rolling in. Mike looks over the latest Ixalan cards to be revealed to see how they stack up for Standard play and as spec targets.
Join Mike for Part 2 of Ixalan spoilers, in which he covers more notable cards for Standard playability and considers where prices will go from here.
Niels has some personal MTG finance rules of his own to share.