Chris examines the release schedules of recent sets and turns a critical eye toward the increasingly short time gaps between the hype cycles of War of the Spark, Modern Horizons, and the upcoming Core 2020.
Pat gives us the follow up to his first article on getting started in MTG Finance, with a Commander focused perspective.
War of the Spark broke the Planeswalker rarity barrier, including an unprecedented set of uncommons. What will happen to prices over time? This week Sig takes a look at recent, popular uncommons to inform his predictions for War of the Spark’s uncommon Planeswalkers.
Last week Hasbro’s stock skyrocketed after reporting quarterly earnings. Magic is referenced numerous times throughout. This week Sig digs into the documents, summarizing Magic’s performance as mentioned in the reports.
The rare Legacy GP event occurred this weekend, taken down by UW Stoneblade. Christopher takes stock of the format and considers some cards in good position to rise.
Modern reprint sets have often led to price increases by sparking newfound interest in the format. Sig explains why Modern Horizons may have an even larger impact on prices this year.
We’re awash in information and spoilers from War of the Spark, and that means price movements in response. Christopher looks at the notable trends to recommend some pickups.
Chris is back this week with a breakdown of Modern specs that could be worth a second look.
Recently Sig ran a controversial poll on Twitter: Is Power 9 a good investment? Today he shares his analysis and sentiment regarding this deceptively complicated question.
Chris makes his QS debut with an insider’s analysis of Stoneforge Mystic and its cyclical price history.
Sig was one of the first people to purchase the latest Mythic Edition set when the listing went live last week. But after considering a few factors, he decided to cancel. He explains why.
For Sig, 2018 was the year of the buylist. He takes a look back at his orders from last year to discusses how he leverages the buylist to maintain liquidity.
It’s easy to calculate the market cap of a publicly traded company such as Hasbro. Sig explains how the same principle can be applied to the Magic market, and what it reveals.