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.
This week, David breaks down a few format staples for five major formats, compares their buylist prices from five top stores, and draws a number of conclusions from the data. If you like getting deep into the numbers, this article is for you.
Now that mythic prices are starting to settle down, Brian is starting to target Rivals of Ixalan cards for Commander. Here are his picks for the most underrated ones.
Last week David covered Rivals of Ixalan cards for Vintage and Legacy play. Today he dives into the set’s much more numerous contributions to Commander.
Rob likes the progress of Chromatic Lantern’s value. Take a peek, and find out why!
The EDH Rules Committee has made un-cards temporarily legal in Commander. What does this portend for future speculation surrounding the format?
Adam explores some important things going on in the Magic finance world this week, including Un-set spikes, Iconic Masters flops, Commander unbans, and BoGo Magic…
Even outside of the Reserved List, some cards are at greater risk of reprint than others. Brian lays out his strategy for identifying which is which and applies it to a few picks.
In the past, some singles from un-sets have been worthless, while others are rare and valuable. Sig speculates on where money can be made upon the release of Unstable.