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Interest Check: Guide to Magic: The Gathering Trading

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I've had an idea in my head for a while about a short series of articles designed to help readers get the most out of their card collection. Magic can be an expensive hobby if you let it, so now more than ever, it's important to get the most out of the money you choose to put in. I figure that people who read this are probably fairly savvy traders, but there might be a few who could use some help. If you're a reader of Quiet Speculation and would be interested in a brief series on trading and acquiring cards, post a comment and let me know that it's worth my time. I've been very successful at bootstrapping a collection out of few cards and little money, so I feel well-qualified to dole out advice on the subject.

Kelly Reid

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2 thoughts on “Interest Check: Guide to Magic: The Gathering Trading

  1. VERY interested in this. I hope you get more responses because I'd really like to read something like this, and share it with my friends. Great site, BTW!~JoeJaelan on MTGSalvationTwitter.com/fotolorea

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