Given the impact of past Masters sets, the most recent rebound in Ultimate Masters prices is perplexing. Aren’t they supposed to stay lower, for longer? Sig investigates.
Let’s rewind the clock this week: back to April 2014. Sig wrote a popular article about spending less time on MTG finance. Many of those concepts still apply today!
October has been tumultuous for the stock market—but what’s the effect on Magic? Sig examines three past scenarios where the global economy influenced MTG finance.
There’s been plenty of discussion around Magic‘s “Summer Slowdown.” But is the fall a reliable time to buy? That may depend on a number of factors.
Gold-bordered cards provide a budget alternative in casual formats for Reserved List cards like Gaea’s Cradle or Grim Monolith. This week Sig examines these underappreciated gems.
Just one week after writing about dropping buylists, Sig noticed another drastic move at ABUGames. He explains the scenario and thinks through the implications of such a move.
Reserved List cards have been getting targeted relentlessly for the last few years. Sig explains why he believes the latest bout is different, and how you should prioritize accordingly.
As you leverage MTG finance to build a deck or collection, it’s important to keep in mind the overall utility of your cards. Sig explains the importance of knowing what your cards are really worth.
Card Kingdom has released an aggressive blue-red battle deck, and Kelly takes us through it card by card – on site at Card Kingdom in Seattle, Washington!
Modern has been overshadowed by the growth in Commander and Old School of late. This week Sig investigates the format to see if there are any good bets to be made.
Kyle’s back with a discussion on portfolios – and why you should be keeping one if you’re serious about speculating on MTGO.
After a few years, we have some concrete data to compare and contrast the Masterpieces. David breaks down what we know to see which are attractively priced.
Morgan’s got some sweet ideas on how to make Champion of Wits work in Standard. Do you like drawing a lot of cards? Then tune in.