Zero-mana artifacts have made MTG finance news lately. Today Sig looks at this unique class of cards, identifying others with open-ended synergy and long-term potential.
Modern has taught us future demand can be hard to predict—and profitable if you do. Today David talks theory, and about the value of being ahead of the market curve.
In the past Sig has watched under-appreciated sets closely, and it has paid dividends. Today he wants to flag the latest set with rising prices no one is talking about: Fourth Edition.
Cards spiking creates opportunity to quickly flip cards for a profit, and today Adam explains how he does it.
David concludes his review of Dominaria for Commander, with the red, green, blue, and artifact cards. As before, he provides interesting specs attached to each potential card.
David continues his review of Dominaria for Commander with the white and black legends, and his picks for cards that may benefit from their introduction to the format.
Fallen Empires has always been neglected due to its large print run and lack of power. But is the set really so irrelevant? This week Sig takes a closer look and shares his appreciation for this classic.
David continues his review of Dominaria for Commander with the remaining gold legends, along with recommendations for specs to pair with them.
Dominaria‘s legendary subtheme is sure to mean lots of new tools for Commander. David begins his set review with a treatment of the spoiled cards promising for Commander.
Reprints seem to follow a predictable trajectory every time. Sig examines the three stages of a reprint’s price curve and identifies some cards that may be solid pickups right now.
Dominaria brings a few categories of cards to focus as speculative opportunities, and today Adam highlights the Knight tribe and what past cards are the best targets.
The new Brawl format, which is a Standard version of Commander, could change the Standard market as we know it, and Adam explains why.
Rather than dwell on a single topic from MTG finance this week, Sig shares a few headlines worth following: something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue.