There’s been concern over the market’s health lately, but is a correction really bad for the market? Sig explores why panicking is not the best strategy in this environment.
Last weekend Sig had an opportunity to attend Grand Prix Columbus. Despite being a Limited event, he still made some valuable observations regarding the high-end market worth being aware of.
What does it mean to be “risk-averse?” Is it based on the Magic cards you buy, or if you’re willing to buy Bitcoin? Today Sig attempts to tackle the meaning of risk in a much broader context.
The market manipulators are at it again, this time targeting Bazaar of Baghdad. Rather than get upset, Sig considers the practical implications and how we can respond.
In stock market investing, “Alpha” and “Beta” are concepts used to describe risk. Sig explains the terms and how they can be applied towards smarter investing in MTG finance.
Modern has been overshadowed by the growth in Commander and Old School of late. This week Sig investigates the format to see if there are any good bets to be made.
The Reserved List spikes have quietly generated a rare opportunity in the high-end market. Sig shares some concrete examples of how to exploit these recent trends.
Cards tend to break down into “tiers” of value, based on the formats they’re played in. Brian explains how this theory can inform potential picks in the Old School format.
When digging for specs, it’s easy to overlook old sets like Ice Age and Alliances. Sig touches on lesser known cards from these two sets that are worth speculating on.
Brian keeps hammering on the Old School drum, but for good reason. He explains why he thinks the format is priced to grow and where he’d look to invest.