While Sig sold his Alpha cards shortly after Magic 30 Las Vegas, he’s continued monitoring pricing trends. Lately, a few eBay auctions have piqued his interest.
What does running a race and speculating on Magic cards have in common? It all comes down to pacing. This week Sig explores various scenarios in Magic finance.
As Magic prices continue to drop, Sig is tempted to buy a few cards to bet on a rebound. He needs to be careful; this is akin to catching a falling knife.
Magic 30 is a few days away, and the hype is real! This week Sig examines the vendor list to predict what the selling environment may be like for his cards.
Sig has been researching card prices to prepare for Magic 30. This week he shares a few insights and explains why he already shipped some cards to buylists.
Did you know there are other options outside TCGplayer for purchasing damaged cards? Sig shares some recent observations in this space.
Sig shares some cards he has come across over the years that are signed by someone other than the original artist. How do they affect the value of the cards?
Sig shares a few signals he’s recently observed of weakness in the Magic market.
Sig is playing Magic again! This week he provides an update on how he’s progressing toward his Magic goals for 2022.
Sig shares some cautionary advice about buying into price spikes in the wake of a buyout-fueling Rudy video, calling on history to illustrate the FOMO fallacy.
Do you want to own a card from one of Magic’s oldest, most valuable sets, without spending an arm and a leg? Sig shares where to find the cheapest options.
Sig sets out his top three priorities for Magic in 2022 and how he’s holding himself accountable. What are your Magic-related resolutions for the year?
Card Kingdom often has VG and EX ABU cards in stock, but rarely lesser expensive, G copies. This week Sig discusses why this happens, and proposes a solution.