While Sig sold his Alpha cards shortly after Magic 30 Las Vegas, he’s continued monitoring pricing trends. Lately, a few eBay auctions have piqued his interest.
Commander has been steaming along at a breakneck pace, with more new cards than ever. Joe aka “Beardy” asks whether the changes actually improve the format.
30th Anniversary will upend Commander as we know it. Or it won’t because it already kind of existed. Beardy explains why it might just not be worth the worry.
QS is excited to welcome Tony Willier to the team. Here, Tony follows up on his 2014 article about his family’s shared relationship with Magic: the Gathering.
Sig’s records aren’t perfect, but he has recently just passed his 500th MTG finance article–nearly ten years of writing! This week Sig reflects back on his MTG finance journey, the key decisions along the way, and what makes Magic the greatest game in the world.
With in-store play coming back all across the country, Kai examines the importance of Judge Promos, and why they are likely to gain newfound interest soon.
This week, Kai puts the market under a microscope in preparation for the release of Modern Horizons 2, with a focus on Modern.
It’s no surprise some older cards have peaked and are now pulling back. What DOES surprise Sig is that some cards are back on the climb and nearing previous highs. Why the split? This week, Sig looks at the numbers.
As high-end card prices reach record highs, the temptation to sell may be climbing. But don’t rush into the process without first reading this article. Sig shares the hidden costs and implications when dealing in four jand five-figure cards.
Is Magic going to moon? 2021 is shaping up to be a banner year for Magic. Adam shows us why 2020 was a huge year for the game, and why 2021 will eclipse it.
When buyouts occur, strange pricing trends can result. But a few trends in particular are causing Sig to scratch his head. This week he shares the discrepancies and tries to explain why his observations stand out.
This week, Sig returns to Collectors’ Edition cards, examining how these have responded to recent Reserved List buyouts. Specifically, he points out an interesting gap developing between market pricing and retailer pricing. The trend could make you a little profit.
Asset prices are dropping everywhere. Cash is king. This week Sig examines a strategy whereby he’s raising cash from Magic sales to fund investments in other depressed asset classes. The result will be lower Magic prices, so you should be aware of the trend.