Cards spiking creates opportunity to quickly flip cards for a profit, and today Adam explains how he does it.
Following up his article on cash flow analysis, David put his calculations to work in the real world by tracking his sales and purchases for the month of March. He shares the results.
David shares some advice on how to run brick-and-mortar stores in a way that plays to their natural strengths in the Magic market, and looks at transaction costs.
Last week a presentation at Sig’s work spurred him to reflect on MTG finance strategy. He explores some theory around hype and looks for what “innovation triggers” may be on the horizon.
QS welcomes Pete Casella to the team with his first article! Today, we’ll learn about how one can help grow a local community, either from behind the counter or in front of it.
Careful inventory management is important to avoid product shortages and dead stock. David introduces some equations that can help you calculate how much stock to keep.
This is a sad day for Quiet Speculation.
Got a pile of Hour of Devastation bulk? DJ’s here to tell you should be picking out – for both play and monetary value.
We’ve all dealt with vendors before, but do you know about the extra opportunities presented by buying or selling at big events? Morgan’s here to give us a behind-the-scenes look at vending at GPs.
DJ’s back to take us through his favorite cards from among Amonkhet’s commons and uncommons. Come on in, the bulk is fine!
Niels addresses a moral dilemma he recently ran into during a collection purchase.
DJ answers questions from Social Media about conducting business in the Magic Market.
DJ’s large claims are appropriate for the large cards he’s discussing today.