David believes The Locust God could be the next Commander card to drive up demand for synergistic cards from the past. He looks at some cards that may benefit.
An inside view on sharking.
Sig spent last weekend at GP Louisville, buying, selling, and playing some wacky formats. He shares his finance observations from the event.
Sigmund has made his first major decision with respect to his collection: to sell out of Legacy. Today he explains his motivations and thought process as he debates the next move.
With Eternal Weekend around the corner, Brian discusses the value that old cards can hold due to nostalgia, and suggests a few pick-ups he sees as undervalued.
Matthew Lewis and Sylvain Lehoux present the MTGO Market Report for this week, discussing major price trends and recommending specific cards to buy and sell.
Doug Linn looks at the tech and financial movements to come out of GP Charlotte. Some unsuspecting decks fared well, which may boost the price of key cards.
Vintage Masters specs have been quite disappointing after the first eight months. For various reasons Vintage has not caught up with players on MTGO, but things may be about to change. Sylvain gives you an update on his investments in Vintage and Legacy staples.
The risk of reprint can make long-term investments on MTGO daunting, but Sylvain believes they are still viable. He reviews several years of price history and attempts to define a long-term strategy for carefully selected targets.
Vintage Champs is right around the corner, and it’s never been a better time to build a gauntlet. Scott Fielder covers the essential decks to test against to prepare for the current meta.
Ryan shores up some new revisions to his Vintage Grixis Keeper deck. With a format full of blue decks, Ryan’s list can competitively fit any metagame with only a few tweaks.
Scott Fielder recently took Storm out for a spin in a local Vintage tournament. He breaks down each match and highlights several interesting decision points.
Is Vintage a stale format? Scott Fielder believes there are many underplayed cards and lots of room for brewing. Today he showcases several unconventional decklists.