David outlines one of the most unexpected Magic shortages in the pandemic era, storage and shipping supplies, and what you can do to alleviate the effects of this shortage.
Paul examines the value of silver-bordered cards, with a focus on the collectability and fun factor of the Un-sets.
Paul examines an unusual piece of Magic media, the paperback novels from Magic’s earlier days, and explores the collector’s value in such a product.
I started playing Magic in 1994. From those days of poring over printed price guides assembled weeks earlier, to having practically up to the minute prices at our fingertips digitally today, Magic finance has evolved considerably in the past twenty-seven years. Regardless of the decade, some Magic finance lessons are timeless and many of us […]
With demand rising as COVID-19 restrictions loosen across the country, many stores and sellers are struggling to keep up with the increase in demand, or are readily preparing for a coming storm. Some may find an exorbitant of risk through restocking through collection purchasing, and today Kai will guide you through some of these risks, and ways to reduce that risk as much as possible.
Magic broke into mainstream media, briefly, last week. Popular music artist Post Malone was sighted purchasing Magic cards at a local card shop. Is this enough to catalyze some sort of growth? This week, Sig shares his thoughts on the matter.
Less than 1,100 copies of any given Alpha rare were printed. That’s a tiny number! How does it compare with chase collectibles from other hobbies? This week Sig investigates, sharing his conclusions that Alpha rares have a lot of room for growth.
There has been some heated discussion lately on whether or not it’s okay to purchase Magic cards with your economic stimulus payment. MTGJoeD weighs in with his opinion, offering some MTG Finance investment tips in the process.
In this article, Kai analyzes a recent anomaly in prices for certain cards with common misprints. Could this be a start to the misprint community making its mark on the larger finance community, or is it just be a coincidence?
Learning how to separate your personal feelings of sentiment about a card from your financial position is an important step to responsibly investing. In their first QS article, Kai discusses the pros, cons, and reasons for psycho-analyzing your own buying patterns, as well as defining the mentalities that define those patterns.
2020 was one heck of a rough year, and many people’s hobbies suffered in the face of the Pandemic. Joe looks ahead to 2021 and regaining control of his MTG Finance hobby with several MTG Finance New Year’s Resolutions.
Like 2017, 2020 has become the year of the Reserved List buyout. But just because a card disappears from the market doesn’t mean its price will forever be 10x it was before. This week, Sig dissects the buyout and highlights the data that creates the perceived price spikes.
David takes a look back at Mystery Boosters, going in-depth on the reprints that mattered the most.