Modern has taught us future demand can be hard to predict—and profitable if you do. Today David talks theory, and about the value of being ahead of the market curve.
With everyone talking about Masters 25, other important headlines are falling into the background. Sig looks at the other major stories that can help you make money in the coming months.
Pauper is taking off thanks to community support and GP side events, and speculators are jumping in. But there may be some downsides to buying Pauper cards for profit.
Adam recounts his experience at Grand Prix Indianapolis, where his first time at the trade table in years brought him into contact with a binder full of counterfeit cards…
A week into 2018 we’re already seeing some new trends unfold. Sig takes a step away from Old School to discuss other trends he’s buying into as the year gets underway.
This year in MTG finance turned out great if you had the right exposure, but some formats floundered. Could things change in 2018? Sig makes his predictions for 2018.
Adam explains how Channel Fireball’s decision to support Pauper at upcoming Grand Prix could impact the market, and he identifies what cards he specifically has his eyes on.
DJ breaks down the opportunities available to us in a humble little format known as Pauper.
For any given single, TCG Player suggests other cards for purchase that may be related. D.J. explains how this can be a valuable source of information for speculators.
Eternal Masters will have wildly different impacts on paper Magic and Magic Online. Check out Ryan’s tips for turning a profit from EMA’s online release!
When it comes to Magic Online, reprinted commons are never worth much. Eternal Masters threatens to tank several Pauper positions.
Matthew Lewis and Sylvain Lehoux present the MTGO Market Report for this week, discussing major price trends and recommending specific cards to buy and sell.
Pauper staples have commanded super high prices in the past, and with Leagues now live the format is poised for a comeback. Ryan has a list of pickups for your consideration.