The Reserved List isn’t going anywhere. Could Wizards modify the list so they can have their cake and eat it too? Paul shares his thoughts on the subject.
In his final look back at Magic 30, Sig covers seven tips to help players get the most out of future events–it all boils down to planning and prioritization.
Having explored Greek and Latin quotations, Francesco turns his attention to examining the six quotes from Arabian Nights in Magic flavor text.
Sig’s not sure, but it looks like certain pockets of Reserved List cards are on the rebound. This week, he takes a close look at the market and speculates as to why there may be movement in these key cards after a brief sell-off.
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.
Tournament Magic will always have its place. But when it comes to game play hours, kitchen table Magic dwarfs the tournament scene. This explains why so many non-tournament legal cards are valuable. This week Sig explores some of the most desirable, which may make for good long-term investments.
What cards are still in print yet are currently rarer than Alpha rares? This week Sig examines the unprecedented set of Mystery Booster playtest cards, highlighting pricing inconsistencies and trying to predict the future market for these casual favorites.
It’s certainly a buyer’s market out there, as prices have pulled back significantly from their highs. But you’ve got to know where to hunt for deals. This week Sig shares three tips on how to find great deals from some of the largest vendors.
Modern Horizons spoilers officially start May 19th. Be sure to check back with Quiet Speculation as the info rolls in!