Tournament Magic will always have its place. But when it comes to game play hours, kitchen table Magic dwarfs the tournament scene. This explains why so many non-tournament legal cards are valuable. This week Sig explores some of the most desirable, which may make for good long-term investments.
What cards are still in print yet are currently rarer than Alpha rares? This week Sig examines the unprecedented set of Mystery Booster playtest cards, highlighting pricing inconsistencies and trying to predict the future market for these casual favorites.
Magic finance and Magic play are two separate hobbies nowadays. They are frequently in tension with each other–an optimal choice in one may be suboptimal in the other. This week Sig reflects on this tension and shares personal anecdotes for how it has impacted his buy/sell decisions.
Chris examines Oathbreaker, and judges the long-term viability of the format.
There’s a new Commander in town that’s making a particular tribe a lot more relevant in Commander.
As a person who has had the advantage of working in a game store for many, many years, I’m able to draw upon that experience to predict potential future MTG-related investments. The biggest advantage of that experience behind the counter is being able to see what kinds of cards different people buy and what they […]
Eddie’s back with another edition of Hold ‘Em and Fold ‘Em. It’s a Spirits and Dragons kind of week!
The newest Un-set is not without financial implications. Sig provides his thoughts on how to plan your Unstable buying and suggests specific targets based on trends from Unhinged.
In the past, some singles from un-sets have been worthless, while others are rare and valuable. Sig speculates on where money can be made upon the release of Unstable.
Admiral Beckett Brass was one of the most popular commanders on EDH REC a couple weeks ago, and has only risen in popularity. Could this be a catalyst for profits? Sig investigates.
When digging for specs, it’s easy to overlook old sets like Ice Age and Alliances. Sig touches on lesser known cards from these two sets that are worth speculating on.
Ixalan mythics seem more geared towards the casual crowd than competitive play. David considers how this might affect Standard pricing and how we should react.
Niels has some personal MTG finance rules of his own to share.