Hello investors! This weekend we will have triple modern Grand Prix and the best performing decks will shape a new metagame. The current Modern metagame is actually pretty diverse, and as a result investors put their money in a wide pool of cards, causing price swings in the short term after discovering the winners and losers of the events. This weekend will be a game changer because we haven't had a premier Modern tournament in a long time (Grand Prix Charlotte and Los Angeles were the last. Investors have already moved the prices since we are very close to the date, but there are still plenty of good speculations. So this Buy, Sell or Hold episode will be modern entirely.
Bridge from Below
It's uncommon to see decks upgrade, and Dredge managed to make it even with old cards. There is no doubt that playing with Bridge from Below and Greater Gargadon is a better option in the StarCityGames tournaments, but this version hasn't yet gained worldwide popularity. A good performance this weekend is all we need to increase the Dredge presence in the metagame. Unlike Greater Gargadon - which I gave a hold rating in my last week article - the Modern Masters Bridge from Below is underpriced compared to the Future Sight printing (at 4.07 tix). This is a great chance to grab some copies of one of the cards I think will be the biggest winners of the weekend.
The zero mana cycling artifact was a great speculation right after Coldsnap flashback drafts ended, but since that moment we've seen Death's Shadow Aggro gain extreme popularity, becoming the second most played deck a few weeks ago. Brad Nelson's third place finish at last week's SCG Invitational with the deck rebounded the price of the entire deck. At this point I don't think the card will go even higher, it's better to sell it now before every other speculator does.