Despite an uninteresting Mythic Championship, there’s no shortage of Magic news making waves in the secondary market. This week Sig reviews the most noteworthy headlines from last week, highlighting financial implications (or lack thereof?).
In 2012, an interesting Twitter conversation motivated Sig to write a piece on the long-term investment viability of Magic. Looking back at his predictions, Sig is kicking himself as he witnesses the returns he missed by focusing on the stock market rather than the MTG market.
Sig wasn’t able to attend MagicFest Las Vegas last weekend. But that doesn’t mean he was disconnected from price trends. This week he examines a particular vendor’s hotlists throughout the event to identify winners and losers.
Sig is planning on attending a Magic Fest next month, where he hopes to sell cards to vendors. But one can’t just jump in blindly and expect to maximize value. This week Sig shares three helpful tips to help you prepare for selling to vendors.
It’s a well-known fact that every speculation target carries an associated risk, and sometimes it’s better to hold off on a purchase because of it. David gives his perspective on buying, selling, and how the QS Insider Community can be an invaluable asset in your arsenal.
Join Sam for the lowdown on one of the coolest tournaments ever held: The 2019 Gen Con Legacy Cube Championship! Warning: Memes ahead!
Investing in any spec always carries an associated risk. Luckily, there are several safe trends to follow in the current market landscape. Adam lays out the simple rules he follows to help him make safer specs.
Adam dives deep on current trends, using QuietSpeculation’s TraderTools to monitor the “spread.” Knowing the difference between what stores sell a card for and what they buy it for can help you make smarter specs.
Kyle runs through the rares of Modern Horizons on MTGO, and shows where you’ll be wanting to park your TIX for the upcoming Modern.
The series is complete! Here’s the full round table discussion about the recent glut of releases in the past three months. Where do we go from here?
Modern Horizons is the first supplemental set ever released on MTGO that wasn’t billed as a Masters set. Normally MTGO players get left out in the cold on supplemental summer sets like Conspiracy or Battlebond, but not this year! And what is more, since this is a set that was actually released like a regular […]
The one-week rule is handy when trying to navigate buyouts on newer cards. But what about the much older, rarer Reserved List cards? MTG finance buyouts can disrupt an RL card’s price for months. Fortunately, Sig has some good news to share in this week’s edition of “Beating the Buyouts”.
David looks ahead to Modern Horizons spoiler season and examines cards that have been dodging reprint for a while.