Have you looked at the Zendikar Rising Expeditions lately? Joe did, and he thinks that there’s a great opportunity to speculate on some real estate.
When spoiler season started, the community panned the Double Masters for having underwhelming reprints. Since the rocky start higher-value cards have been spoiled, increasing the set’s EV. This week Sig looks at the numbers, making his initial judgment of the set.
Joe takes a look at the financial impacts of five Double Masters spoilers and their VIP Edition printings.
Sig recently tweeted about some old Star Wars: CCG booster packs he had lying around. The response was surprising, motivating Sig to do research into the out-of-print game. It turns out, it just may be worth your time cleaning out your old CCG’s and listing them for sale on eBay.
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.
At the start of 2019, Sig made three predictions for what the year may bring in MTG finance. Twelve months later, he reflects back on these predictions. The results may surprise you; with greater respect for the unknown, Sig looks ahead to 2020.
Sig was underwhelmed by last weekend’s Black Friday sales. Some of the discounts simply didn’t create compelling price points. This week Sig shares data to support why these blanket site-wide sales aren’t as great as they’re made out to appear.
Pioneer is here! Adam looks at how the Magic Online metagame is driving its market, and why it could predict the next paper spikes.
Jeremy makes his QS debut, outlining three missteps many players make when increasing collection value is the goal.
Despite being covered in the past, one of the most frequent questions in the QS Insider Discord is on how to exit ABUGames store credit. Sig is always evolving his strategy with ABUGames, and this week he provides specific updates on how he’s leveraging this buylist arbitrage.
An image of a Faerie appeared on the internet and suddenly everyone in MTG Finance world wants to buy Faerie cards. This behavior can be frustrating, but it can also lose you money if you’re not careful. Sigmund breaks down the case against faeries, and why you shouldn’t give in to the hype.
Check out the first installment of Sigbits Extra, where Sig shares a brief insight into how he’s currently approaching this volatile MTG market.