This week Paul dives deep into Modern, looking at some of the staple cards players should have in their arsenal, and his approach to investing in the format.
With Strixhaven spoilers on the horizon, David gives us a quick rundown of all the wizard tribal cards you should know about.
Zendikar Rising is one of those rare Standard sets that has more than just a few cards with eternal format potential. Joe walks us through five cards he’s got an eye on when considering the future of Modern and Legacy.
Companions aside, Joe thinks Ikoria has a lot of juicy future Modern staples to speculate on. In this piece, he outlines his top five favorites.
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.
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.
David looks ahead to Modern Horizons spoiler season and examines cards that have been dodging reprint for a while.
Modern reprint sets have often led to price increases by sparking newfound interest in the format. Sig explains why Modern Horizons may have an even larger impact on prices this year.
Chris is back this week with a breakdown of Modern specs that could be worth a second look.
With the release of Modern Horizons looming, Wizards announced no changes to the Banned & Restricted list. Christopher looks at the cards that stand to gain right now.
David does a cross-store comparison of retail prices for three formats to see where the best trade-in values lie.
Modern Horizons is sure to have a profound impact on Modern. Today Sig shares his perspective on card prices, potential reprints, and good places to speculate through spoiler season.