War of the Spark is creating opportunities in the Standard market and beyond, and Modern Horizons is set to revolutionize Modern. Adam looks at some cards that stand to benefit.
Chris lays out his general approach to EDH finance and shows it in action with three underrated cards he has been acquiring recently.
As of Sunday morning, prices really hadn’t reacted to MC Cleveland at all. Is Standard speculation dead? This week Sig investigates, offering some alternate options to park your Magic money.
Chris revisits one of the more powerful sets of recent memory. What’s worth investing in moving forward?
Ravnica Allegiance is driving new demand in Modern and Commander. Adam has the details along with insight into what might be next to move.
Chris returns for Part 2 of his discussion of Ravnica Allegiance for Commander, looking at the Rakdos guild and recommending some pickups.
Chris reflects on the new year with a new scale for evaluating Commander specs. He lays out the approach he’ll be using moving forward and applies it to several cards.
Chris is excited about the new generals emerging from Ravnica Allegiance and has some ideas on capitalizing on their printings.
Join Edward Eng and Sig Ausfresser for the 4th installment of Quiet Speculation’s Office Hours. This week we touch on Ultimate Box Toppers, Dual Lands, Standard, and EDH REC.
After a weekend in Milwaukee for the GP, Chris discusses the best out for Mythic Edition specs you may be holding, before introducing Chris’s Commander Corner.
A certain class of cards keeps appearing on MTG Stocks: old foils. But are these moves for real, or are they artifacts of the system? This week Sig investigates.
There’s still a handful of cool, unique Reserved List cards that are virtually bulk. While Sig doesn’t advocate buying them out, he does suggest putting these ten cards on your radar.
In a bear market, being prepared to pick up cards at their floor is ideal. Chris lays out his approach to the winter months and how he’s preparing for the holidays.