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.
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.
This year in MTG finance turned out great if you had the right exposure, but some formats floundered. Could things change in 2018? Sig makes his predictions for 2018.
Being on vacation for the holidays doesn’t mean MTG finance has to stop. Sig celebrates the winter season by identifying some winter-themed spec targets worth adding to your portfolio.
Rob checks out another planeswalker that has been very strong during its prime.
Rob talks about the steady financial decline of this card, and the road that lies ahead for it.
Kyle provides a nice analysis of the factors to consider when investing in Masters sets – most recently, Iconic Master.
David pores through the Commander 2017 spoiler for all the cards with eternal potential, covering their chances of seeing competitive play and in what archetypes.
Legacy is coming back to the Pro Tour, which is big news for speculation. David makes a first pass at cards that might be priced attractively given the news.
Eternal Magic has gotten very interesting lately with SCG’s price hikes and the announcement of a Legacy PT. Sig breaks it down and looks where to put any newfound profits to work.
David returns to the Ixalan sheet leak to see which spoiled cards may have promise in Modern and Legacy.
The newly spoiled Solemnity may have a profound impact on older cards. Sig looks at some long-forgotten cards to see if any have potential due to their newfound synergies.
This week Sig focuses on the Legacy Vegas GP, identifying areas for potential growth and sharing ways to make money on the format with minimal risk.