Recent spoilers in Commander Legends have triggered a buyout of some old, obscure cards from Magic’s history. This week Sig breaks down these buyouts and identifies some speculative targets that could one day be bought out should the right card be printed.
Ultimate Masters has hit the market and there’s already been a lot of movement. The prices of the reprints dropped as they usually do when a set first hits the market. But it seems like the prices have started to rebound a lot quicker this time around. There’s a slight possibility they could drop again […]
Magic Online has a problem. A card value problem. In a recent Channel Fireball article, Florian Koch showed just how much card prices have fallen over the past few years: That’s right. To own a playset of the cheapest version of every Magic card ever printed on MTGO would have cost you roughly $28,000 in […]
This is the first article from my new series, MTG Questions. You might be familiar with the Hold ‘Em & Fold ‘Em series (rebranded as MTG Metagame Finance), which takes a tournament-oriented perspective. I decided to start this series to focus on more general aspects of MTG finance. The two series will work together, as when […]
Corbin Hosler checks back in on a collection he bought a few weeks ago and updates you on how he’s doing in his goal to maximize the profits from flipping it!
It’s generally accepted that Red is the worst color in Commander, but what happens when you try to build a Red deck that plays like a Blue deck? Let’s find out!
Corbin Hosler breaks down both the obvious pickups and the sleepers in Modern as Worlds approaches!
Coldsnap was an ambitious set, built on a MaRo-driven myth of a lost set. It was created to make Ice Age into a real block, but it fell short of most of its design goals. The designers wanted us to like Cumulative Upkeep, but few of the cards were even playable in draft. There are still some amazing and unexpected gems in the set, so take a look for the money cards of Coldsnap!
Finishing out his series on Modern, Stephen Moss takes a look at the remaining categories, red and gold.