Starting with mythics, this week Sylvain discusses which cards from M14 and Return to Ravnica may constitute a good investment after Standard rotates.
Ajani Caller of the Pride
Corbin covers the financial aftermath of PT M15 and surveys the top decks in Standard to see what they lose post-rotation. Heading into next year, which strategies are poised to gain or lose?
It’s time for the M15 set review! Mike Lanigan breaks down his picks for the top ten Standard cards from the new core set, with analysis of how they’ll impact the established decks and metagame.
The fifteen mythics of M15 are now revealed, and they aren’t like anything we have seen before. Sylvain discusses the major differences compared to the three previous core sets. Will it impact speculation on MTGO?
Sylvain continues his portfolio management series with a lesson regarding the trends that core set mythics follow.
In the second part of his “Nine Months of Portfolio Management” series, Sylvain graphs, exposes and analyzes some of the collected data, exploring what lead to his net profit.
Kyle explains the process he uses to analyze tournament data, and gives a follow up on the Standard statistics from last week.
Matthew Lewis surveys his recent speculation activity on MTGO, discussing in depth what he’s buying, selling and watching and why.
Matthew Lewis presents his review of each mythic rare from M14. Which cards are Fully Priced, Borderline or Good Value?
Matthew Lewis examines the price history of mythic rare reprints to get insight into the future trajectory of the M14 planeswalkers.
Matthew Lewis examines the cards that dodged reprinting in Modern Masters and evaluates their likelihood of reprint between now and the Fall release.
Thragtusk is yet again dominating Standard. Mike Lanigan attempts to solve the format with a series of decks well-positioned against the card.
Matthew Lewis outlines his thoughts on the next couple months of MTGO speculation, discussing what cards to sell and buy and when to make your move.