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Insider: QS Cast #49: The Card Kingdom Special with Damon Morris

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The QS Cast has returned: Chaz Volpe, and Tarkan Dospil continue on with where the cast left off and in this episode they discuss the following:

  • Esteemed guest Damon Morris, co-owner of Card Kingdom joins the cast! Want to buy or sell cards? www.cardkingdom.com is the place to do that.
  • CK - how they started, and their growth into one of the largest vendors in the space.
  • CK's operational structure - Policies and procedures, card grading, etc.
  • Discussion about being a large vendor in current market. Is it becoming more difficult? Online vs large LGS business?
  • Large vendors hosting events and their own tournaments (CFB, SCG primarily). Is this something CK has ever considered, or is considering for the future? Why or why not?
  • "MTGFinance" What is Damon's perspective on this niche market of speculating on magic, and magic as an overall investment vehicle.
  • WOTC shifts in how they're handling the product recently. Aggressive reprint policy, increased amount of product releases - what does that look like from the vendor perspective?
  • Is WOTC in danger of threatening the secondary market?
  • With WOTC's product shifts, is CK having to revise their business model in any way, or is it business as usual?
  • Damon's recommendation to bootstrap investors approach "MTGFinance" in the current marketplace.
  • Is Magic thriving? From Damon's perspective, and from CK's lens.
  • Interests with Damon!
  • Aether Revolt talk.

Cards we discussed:




As always, please comment and leave questions for us to address on the next cast! We will be making QS Insider questions a priority, and we want to know what you want covered.

Enjoy! We’re glad to be back.

Find us on Twitter: @ChazVMTG  @the_tark @damon_ck @Card_Kingdom

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