The Reserved List isn’t going anywhere. Could Wizards modify the list so they can have their cake and eat it too? Paul shares his thoughts on the subject.
Sig remains a net seller, and this week he considers selling some cards at a loss. Selling at a loss isn’t always bad if the reasons for doing so are sound.
Sig went viral on Twitter! Okay, maybe that’s hyperbole, but why did his recent tweet comparing prices of Revised and Magic 30 Tundra get people talking?
Dual Lands are back in style. This week Sig shares his history with the coveted cards and provides the reasons he thinks these are once again a good buy.
Sig continues comparing Magic finance with running, focusing on the training aspects of the two pursuits. Once again, there is more overlap than you’d expect!
Joe aka “Beardy” looks back at 2022, and talks about where Commander and Magic are heading in 2023. Will Magic even be recognizable given the way it’s going?
As Magic prices continue to drop, Sig is tempted to buy a few cards to bet on a rebound. He needs to be careful; this is akin to catching a falling knife.
His timing isn’t perfect, but Sig feels ready to finally cut back on his collection. This week he shares the four main reasons for this decision.
A sales post for Mirage starters transported Sig back in time. What do picnic table battles in the ’90s have to do with Magic today? More than you’d realize.
This week, Sig looks back at SCGCON Indianapolis and highlights noteworthy cards on posted hotlists.
What do Magic and Elvis Presley have in common? Not a whole lot yet, but one day, as Magic’s player base continues to age, that could change.
In this previously unpublished article from 2014, Sig shows how a small bankroll doesn’t have to prevent you from growing the value of your Magic collection.
This week Mauro dives into Revised and foreign language dual lands, and explores the price differences between the languages and printings.