Returning from a well-deserved vacation, Sig takes a wider look at the Magic finance landscape, examining Modern Horizons 2, Reserved List staples, and more.
What do learning chess and Magic finance have in common? Nothing, in a literal sense. But Sig found some creative ways of reapplying chess strategy to Magic investing. This week, he shares these tips in a fun article that combines his two recent passions.
Let’s be honest: 2020 was miserable. But rather than dwell on the negative, Sig is attempting to look at some positives from the year. From there, he shifts focus to things he is looking forward to in 2021 in an attempt to bring positivity into a trying time.
In Part 2 of his article, David examines the last year of Standard sets, focusing on several new Showcase variant printings for rares and mythics.
David examines the last year of Standard sets, focusing on the several new Showcase variant printings for rares and mythics from Core Set 20201, Ikoria: Lair of Behemoths, and Throne of Eldraine.
Core Set 2021 offers a variety of attractive pick-ups for both Commander and Standard speculation (should paper Magic events restart). This week Sig highlights a few of his favorites, inspired by others in the Twitter community.
With Core Set 2021 launched into Standard, David takes a look back at Ikoria: Lair of Behemoths and gives us a few key cards to consider in Commander.
Recently, Sig tried his luck on some Modern Horizons boosters. The set is filled with value and opportunity, right? Apparently not. After doing research, Sig was shocked at how bad the odds really were. Exactly WHAT is worth opening from that set?
Did you know Ikoria currently has the lowest EV of all Standard-legal sets? When is the last time the NEWEST set was also the cheapest? To Sig, this screams opportunity. This week he writes about his favorite Ikoria picks for a world that one day recovers from COVID-19.
Kyle runs through the state of MTGO and the trends that are important in the post-Ikoria economy.
The COVID-19 government checks are providing cash to players itching to buy Magic cards. But Sig believes Ikoria may the greatest catalysts for MTG finance in quite some time. This week he touches on the numerous formats impacted by this set.
David continues his analysis of Ikoria generals, this time examining Nethroi, Apex of Death.
Well, that was fast. Normally we have three full weeks of spoilers, but Wizards has really rushed out Ikoria. I’m guessing the quarantine is a factor here and they’re in a bit of a scramble. In any case, the entire set is now out. And it’s a little mediocre, Modern-wise. As I mentioned last week, this […]