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.
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.
COVID-19 has certainly taken its toll on the MTG economy. This week Sig examines pricing trends over the past 8 months and attempts to predict what may happen once the pandemic ends and in-person paper events can once again take place.
This week brought a ton of new information about Zendikar Rising and the roadmap of Magic up to 2021. David breaks down the highlights.
In a time where we’re all homebound, there’s no better opportunity to sit down and pick through bulk! Brady combs over War of the Spark to find the best bulk picks in the next update of his Bulk to Bayou series.
Part III is here! Kyle goes beyond the basics and explores a few more “advanced” applications of renting, strategies useful to both investors and players alike.
Kyle breaks down where you should be looking to park your tix in the wake of Pioneer, and why it’s not necessarily in Pioneer cards.
SCG Indi was an important week both for Sam and for Magic at large. Check in with Sam here to find out what he learned over the weekend and what lies ahead.
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.
Christopher knows accountability is always crucial in speculation. After ten weeks of articles for QS, he looks back to evaluate how his speculation calls have fared.