Jared Elick provides some tips for anyone looking to foil out a deck, to get the best value possible and make the most on resale.
The new rotation system is sure to shake up Magic finance. Jared considers some ways the old price patterns may change and how we can adapt.
Jared Elick has learned what does and doesn’t work on social media when looking to grow your customer base. He shares some tips to present your store in the best way possible.
In his first article in over two years, Jared Elick discusses an essential topic for any dealer or serious trader–your rapport with the customer and the community.
Jared Elick is still actively trading for Modern cards he believes are undervalued. Modern Masters will not reprint everything, and staples command consistent prices on the trade floor.
Many people are already gearing up to out their Innistrad stock before rotation. Jared looks at the future metagame and asks what we should be acquiring in exchange.
Jared Elick surveys the current value of several planeswalkers and predicts whether they’re on the rise or declining.
Jared Elick looks at the effect of the increasing popularity of Modern on foil prices and the long-awaited arrival of control as a viable archetype.
Casual players get excited by vastly different cards than competitive players. Jared Elick discusses what types of cards to stock in your trade binder for this crowd.
Lots of discussion has surfaced recently about price spikes in the MTG market. Jared Elick explains the important role speculators play in stabilizing artificially inflated prices.
In the wake of the Pro Tour, Jared discusses the new breakout decks, including eventual winner The Aristocrats, and the cards spiking as a result.
With Jund strategies sweeping all manner of formats, Jared Elick looks at some archetype staples to find where they might end up.
Jared Elick looks at the first results from Gatecrash Standard tournaments, and indicates some of the cards that may be poised to jump in value.