Sig meets many new people at his job. How often does he bring up Magic in these meetings? More often than you think, with some lucrative & nostalgic results!
With Liliana of the Veil and Sheoldred in Standard, is anyone really surprised black is dominating the format? Sig looks at the resultant price trends.
This week Sig relates how the decks he built last week from a pair of Mirage and Fifth Edition starters played, and reflects on his quest for nostalgia.
What was it like learning Magic back in 1997? This week Sig shares fond memories and brings them to 2022 by cracking sealed Mirage and 5th Edition starters.
Sig loves all the Legends callbacks in Dominaria United’s Commander set. This week he reminisces about all of the Old School characters and their modern takes.
This week Sig explores trading cards from the defunct publisher Inkworks. What still gives these non-game trading cards value, and how do they relate to Magic?
Have you ever had store credit to a site like SCG or CK but didn’t have anything to spend it on? Sig shares some less common, creative ideas to consider.
After swearing off sealed product years ago, Sig once again dips his toes into this space for its investment potential. He shares four reasons why he changed his tune.
In honor of Unfinity spoilers, Sig examines previous Un-sets to explore what makes them so valuable. He looks for trends that may carry through in the new set.
Given Sig’s interest in Magic’s earliest sets, it’s no surprise that he’s excited about the recent Lost Legends announcement. But what exactly does it entail?
With the strengthening US dollar, Sig sees more arbitrage opportunities ahead. He shares some sites that should be on your radar when shopping overseas.
Sig reviews data indicating that we’re now in a buyers’ market. What is on his radar, and what cards should you be looking out for?
Sig investigates eBay’s new vault service and its market implications. What does this service mean for the future of Magic investing?