It’s a new year for reprints, starting with Dominaria Remastered. Is it possible to predict the impact and price of reprints? Sig shares three key factors.
Andrew continues his layers series by delving into triggered abilities, especially missed triggers, and with the murky waters of handling this common error.
Have you ever searched for a card on TCGplayer and noticed a damaged/HP copy listed below all others? The damaged lottery can be enticing, depending on your threshold for play wear. This week Sig shares recent experiences in his heavily played purchases.
At first glance, it appears white-bordered cards are suddenly in style. Chronicles, Fourth Edition, Fifth Edition, and Sixth Edition cards are showing up left and right on MTG Stocks. This week Sig investigates this trend and tries to explain why things are unfolding in this way.
Several stores online have begun charging sales tax on Magic singles, with major implications for speculators. Christopher discusses his strategy to address the cost increase.
Sig has noticed some cards becoming quite expensive, especially considering their absence from the Reserved List. Sig explains the trend and highlights his favorite picks.
Chris lays out his general approach to EDH finance and shows it in action with three underrated cards he has been acquiring recently.
With several high-profile Legacy events on the horizon, Christopher is looking to format staples for growth. He lays out his reasoning and the current best targets.
Eddie takes a look at some cards to pick up during the winter lull, and prepares us for more Ravnica Allegiance spoiler speculation.