Price drops due to reprints can vary greatly in size. David lays out the factors at play before considering where the Guilds of Ravnica shocklands are likely to land.
Wizards apparently does not consider colorshifts to break the principles of the Reserved List. David looks at some of the RL cards that got the treatment worth keeping an eye on.
Shocklands are back, with clear implications for finance and strategy alike. David looks at how the landscape with change in response.
David finishes up his “undervalued in Standard” series with the Core 2019 mythic rares, evaluating them as potential pickups leading into rotation.
David presents the next set of lower-priced Standard mythics to evaluate them for potential heading into rotation. This time he covers Dominaria.
David continues with his analysis of undervalued cards in Standard in anticipation of rotation. This time he covers Rivals of Ixalan, along with some notable rares in Ixalan block.
David begins the task of breaking down the non-rotating mythics to see where we might want to park some money leading into the fall rotation. The first stop: Ixalan.
MTGStocks provides some valuable data on price movements if you know how to read it. David describes what to look for with price jumps to determine their cause.
The layout of your store may sound like a boring topic, but it has real implications for customer experience and sales. David looks at the best practices for game stores in this area.
When Reserved List appreciation is all but guaranteed, could taking out a loan to spec on them be profitable? David looks at a case study of someone who did just that.
Running a brick-and-mortar store presents a lot of pitfalls that can cost you business. David looks at some practices to avoid that commonly plague Magic stores.