Jason Alt is preparing for rotation by thinking about Commander and Tiny Leaders. He goes over some undervalued and soon-to-drop targets that he expects to perform well in the coming year.
Derek introduces the concept of the Compost Box and digs through a box of bets to see which have panned out and which haven’t.
Last week’s B&R announcement caused tidal waves in the MTG Finance world. Many writers suggested an array of strong pick-ups throughout the week. Before you buy deeply into any one card, Sigmund urges you to consider one key risk.
Derek explains how and why you should be using Pucatrade to round out your MTG Finance experience.
“Casual player” is such a loaded term…
Are the Commander 2014 good buys as sealed product?
Popularity with the Commander crowd can certainly affect a card’s price, but not all Commander staples are created equal. Jason Alt looks at some key cards and explains which factors are the real determinants.
At first glance, the turnout at GP New Jersey indicates the health of Legacy. But is there more than meets the eye? This week Sigmund examines pricing trends to make his own assessment, which may be gloomier than expected.
The Commander 2014 release sported some unexpected inclusions that threw a wrench is many speculators’ plans. David Schumann takes stock of the situation and explains what we can expect from Wizards moving forward.
Jason Alt continues last week’s discussion of Commander 2014. While he doesn’t put much stock in comparisons to Mind Seize, he does believe some future value is contained in the product.
Commander 2013 experienced a radically different financial trajectory than its predecessor. Jason Alt analyzes the differences to determine which one is a better model for the coming Commander release this year.
It’s a dilemma many casual players have: do you sell when a card is at its peak price, or do you just not worry about card value and keep the cards you want to play with?
At Pro Tour KTK Wizards announced a shake up of the old FNM structure. Jason Alt looks at the possible financial impact of the changes and considers Commander specifically.