A certain class of cards keeps appearing on MTG Stocks: old foils. But are these moves for real, or are they artifacts of the system? This week Sig investigates.
At Gencon last weekend, Sig had the opportunity to profit from an Insider tip about a store’s booth. The result caused Sig to reconsider how he approaches some of his buying.
Sometimes finance writers appear to have more reach than they really do. Today Sig discusses how writing about Magic finance does—and doesn’t—influence the market.
Cards spiking creates opportunity to quickly flip cards for a profit, and today Adam explains how he does it.
Buyouts don’t affect English and foreign language cards equally. David looks at the recent spikes in Reserved List cards, and discusses where foreign copies may be the play.
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.
David investigates how the fear of missing out has impacted the course of buyouts in the Magic market, along with some concrete examples.
The real estate market in Seattle is surprisingly reminiscent of recent Reserved List chatter int the world of Magic. Sig discusses the parallel and attempts to predict what’s to come.
Last weekend Sig had an opportunity to attend Grand Prix Columbus. Despite being a Limited event, he still made some valuable observations regarding the high-end market worth being aware of.
These days every Magic investment is working, whether it’s an Alpha common or a Masterpiece. Sig takes a closer look this week and shares his perspective on the trend and potential pitfalls.
The top-moving card last week on MTG Stocks was…Revised Shivan Dragon! Why are Revised cards suddenly rising in price? Sig does some digging to find out.
Unplayable old cards are jumping like crazy. Rather than question the trend, Sig advocates taking advantage by converting those Rebirths and Voodoo Dolls into staples.
Last year’s run on the Reserved List brought newfound profits to a previously unexplored space. This year the same profits are being realized on other rares from Magic’s earliest sets. But what’s the best way to sell these unplayable cards?