After a brief lull, Sig has focused his attention on a financially strong portion of the Old School market: Alpha and Beta.
MTG Las Vegas is officially in the books and was, by all accounts, a success. Today Sig looks at how the post-Vegas MTG market may look in the coming months.
The value of Revised is deeper than Dual Lands and Wheel of Fortune. This week Sig explores the depths of financial value within this underappreciated set.
In this previously unpublished article from 2014, Sig shows how a small bankroll doesn’t have to prevent you from growing the value of your Magic collection.
Sig’s interest in Magic bottomed in 2021. This week he shares personal stories about leaving the game and returning in the past. Will this time be different?
While many players look forward to the big Channel Fireball event in Las Vegas, others are excited about the ensuing price corrections that could follow.
Sig’s got a seller’s mindset this week as he delves into when and why you should lower prices. Is now a good time to markdown some inventory?
While attempting to price out an Unlimited Mox Sapphire, Sig discovered a surprising trend with the relative value of the Power Nine.
This week Sig shares his recent purchases and the motivations behind them.
This week, Sig shares three reasons why he feels you should hold off on making your next Magic purchase, at least until this holiday season.
This week Sig reexamines buylist prices for Alpha and Beta and notices Star City Games now has the best prices on an array of cards across all conditions.
This week Sig discusses taking chances on buying damaged “Four Horsemen” cards, and the rare gems you sometimes discover.
Every time Sig ships a buylist order, he includes a smattering of nickel and dime cards he finds in his bulk. This week, Sig shares how he has streamlined this process to optimize for time and relaxation.