With 2021 nearly gone, David looks over his TCGPlayer sales numbers for the year and compares the data to previous years. What trends does he uncover?
Sig’s records aren’t perfect, but he has recently just passed his 500th MTG finance article–nearly ten years of writing! This week Sig reflects back on his MTG finance journey, the key decisions along the way, and what makes Magic the greatest game in the world.
Modern Horizons 2 is scheduled to be released on June 18, 2021, 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.
This week, Kai puts the market under a microscope in preparation for the release of Modern Horizons 2, with a focus on Modern.
Paper Magic tournaments are going to come back someday post-pandemic, which will undoubtedly lead to an increase in paper Magic card prices. Modern especially seems like a format prime for price increases, and today Joe takes a look at three more popular decks from the Modern meta that are full of prime speculation targets.
Paper Magic is going to come back someday and people are going to start wanting paper copies of cards featured in competitive decks again. Joe takes a look at his top choices from Double Masters for players looking to pick up cheap, competitive reprints before paper tournaments begin again in earnest.
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.
Joe takes a look at the financial impacts of five Double Masters spoilers and their VIP Edition printings.
When people discuss Magic finance, our minds immediately go towards the cards. They are the game pieces, after all, so the game can’t exist without them. However through Magic’s 27 year history, there are a number of ancillary products that can be quite collectible…and valuable.
Modern bans are coming. Adam shares his predictions and what it means for the metagame and the market.
With Mythic Championship II in the books, Chris takes a look at the decks that benefited from the London Mulligan, and their key cards he’s considering as specs.
Following up from his last article on evaluating specs, David discusses the concrete criteria he uses to estimate a card’s potential and the importance of calculating opportunity costs.
With the release of Modern Horizons looming, Wizards announced no changes to the Banned & Restricted list. Christopher looks at the cards that stand to gain right now.