Francesco explores flavor text citations that flesh out black’s ghastly character within Magic’s color pie.
After receiving a Twitter question about Collectors’ Edition, Sig shares his most recent take on the set.
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.
Art is an essential part of Magic: The Gathering. This week Paul looks at the history and collectability of Magic’s original artwork.
Sometimes uncommons go from bulk to a dollar. David investigates.
Paul examines the value of silver-bordered cards, with a focus on the collectability and fun factor of the Un-sets.
With in-store play coming back all across the country, Kai examines the importance of Judge Promos, and why they are likely to gain newfound interest soon.
Strixhaven spoiler season is here and the Quiet Speculation team is hyped! Joe takes a look at the highlights from each day of spoilers and helps you prepare for release day.
Sig has been very active with ABUGames trade credit arbitrage lately. The once-defunct strategy has become live once again thanks to some recent market trends. This week Sig shares his secrets–with some time and patience, anyone can leverage this same approach to make MTG cheaper.
In June 2013, WoTC released the first of the paper “Masters” sets, simply called Modern Masters. David examines the line of Masters sets, and the effects of a yearly reprint set on the game at large.
The unthinkable has happened: MagicFests for all of 2020 have been cancelled. When Sig predicted this possibility 3 months ago, he didn’t seriously think it would happen. He’s dusting off that article and updating his predictions for Commander card prices going forward.
You may be tempted to walk away from Magic finance during this time of uncertainty. Sig doesn’t think that’s the ideal strategy. This week he shares creative ways he’s engaging in this soft market in order to refresh his collection and maintain liquidity.
Ice Age isn’t exactly known for its endless value. Just because there are no $100 cards in the set doesn’t mean its terrible to pick through. This week Sig shares his appreciation for Ice Age and highlights why its bulk may be worth more than it seems.