Welcome back, folks. It’s been a while since I last wrote an article, in large part because I’ve been unwilling to make any financial moves on MTGO before reading the December 6th announcement about competitive play on Arena. What is announced there could have major ramifications for investing on MTGO, and so I’ve been very […]
Rob sets his sights on a tutor on today’s segment of the Daily Stock Watch!
Rob ends the week with a Freaky Friday card on today’s segment!
Rob talks about a card that is seeing some financial movement, but isn’t really high on his list.
This week, David breaks down a few format staples for five major formats, compares their buylist prices from five top stores, and draws a number of conclusions from the data. If you like getting deep into the numbers, this article is for you.
Rob is very positive about this card’s future, and you should be, too.
Sometimes a card can reach surprising highs by dodging reprint time and again, despite not being a format staple. This week Sig looks at cards you should be aware of because they are climbing to new highs while increasing risk of crashing upon reprinting.
In response to a reader question, DJ goes through the process of buying a collection from start to finish.
Around the time of MMA, Sig sold some Modern staples in anticipation of reprints. It took five years for those sales to pay off. This week he looks closely at the data to evaluate his decision.
DJ’s given us a ton of great advice on sorting huge collections, but what about the players with more limited cardpools? We can all maximize value, even if we just started a few sets ago.
With the fourth batch of Masterpieces spoiled, we’re starting to get a better idea of Wizards’ plans for them—and possibly some signs of their banning philosophy.
DJ made a big purchase this week, and he’s here to tell us what he’s learned about grading high-end cards.
Coercive Portal I love politics! This is such a great card for EDH games. Ironically, I feel like this is the least coercive of all “Will of the Council” cards so far. You draw cards until several opponents think the board needs wiped. You don’t get to use this card except to draw, everyone else […]