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.
David shares the next part of his MTG Business Models series, this time providing insight into inventory diversification.
When people discuss Magic finance, our minds immediately go towards the cards. They are the game pieces, after all, so the game can’t exist without them. However through Magic’s 27 year history, there are a number of ancillary products that can be quite collectible…and valuable.
Jeremy makes his QS debut, outlining three missteps many players make when increasing collection value is the goal.
This week, David takes us through some of the finer points of selling a large collection, and what you as a seller should know before approaching a buyer.
Get ready to hit those bulk boxes. David breaks down TCGPlayer’s new $5 minimum rule, and what it could mean vendors and buylist prices in the very near future.
Ice Age isn’t exactly known for its endless value. Just because there are no $100 cards in the set doesn’t mean its terrible to pick through. This week Sig shares his appreciation for Ice Age and highlights why its bulk may be worth more than it seems.
Buying collections from strangers can present challenges when a seller comes in with unreasonable expectations. David provides some tips on how to navigate a buy gone bad.
Adam finally finished buylisting the collections he bought last month. Along the way he learned a lot about making the process efficient and profitable, which he shares today.
When you’re flipping a collection for profit, balancing the gains and time invested can be challenging. Adam shares his approach regarding a collection he bought last week.