Today Adam covers a grab-bag of Magic finance news, looking at the recent Battlebond spikes, the Commander 2018 reveal, and the return of Goblins to Legacy.
Thank you to everyone for all the feedback on my first article. I hope this one is even better. I originally drafted this article on Thursday, July 12 and wanted to get this out to you before the weekend. Now we’ve seen two copies of Sneak & Show in the top of SCG Worcester. But […]
Eddie makes his QS debut with a new series aimed at tournament players. Which cards should the tournament grinders be picking up or trading away?
The banning of Deathrite Shaman may be the most significant in Legacy history. How will this impact the marketplace – and which cards should we be buying?
Prices are soft as we enter the thick of summer, but there are a few pockets of strength out there. Sig examines four trends and discusses whether they are worth chasing.
The banning of Deathrite Shaman and Gitaxian Probe will have a dramatic impact on the Legacy metagame, and today Adam explores the financial impact.
The Legacy bans have Adrian considering what the new meta might do to MTGO prices. A couple cards with low buy-ins look particularly well-positioned in the new environment.
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.
The real estate market in Seattle is surprisingly reminiscent of recent Reserved List chatter int the world of Magic. Sig discusses the parallel and attempts to predict what’s to come.
These days every Magic investment is working, whether it’s an Alpha common or a Masterpiece. Sig takes a closer look this week and shares his perspective on the trend and potential pitfalls.
Last weekend the Grand Prix double-header in Seattle had a big impact on the market, and today Adam has all the details.
Buylisting is often financially suboptimal, but that doesn’t make it a bad idea. Sig explains why buylisting can be the right move even if it leaves a buck or two on the table.
Unplayable old cards are jumping like crazy. Rather than question the trend, Sig advocates taking advantage by converting those Rebirths and Voodoo Dolls into staples.