Sig was surprised to see a non-Reserved List card like Back to Basics spike so high recently. But old, non-RL cards are not without value—today he shares some specific targets to buy and sell.
Gold-bordered cards provide a budget alternative in casual formats for Reserved List cards like Gaea’s Cradle or Grim Monolith. This week Sig examines these underappreciated gems.
This week has a nice focus on lands, but we’re not referring to the Legacy deck. Eddie also starts touching on Guilds of Ravnica spoilers.
Chris is back to identify some cards with real potential for short- and long-term gains as we approach rotation.
Adam explores the main drivers of the market this week—Pro Tour 25th Anniversary and Commander 2018—and the cards they are moving.
Commander 2018 spoilers have stimulated demand for a ton of cards expected to pair well with the deck themes. Adam covers all the details.
Core Set 2019 has been released, and today Adam shares some cards he has his eyes on as potential speculation targets.
Prices are soft as we enter the thick of summer, but there are a few pockets of strength out there. Sig examines four trends and discusses whether they are worth chasing.
Today David talks Arcades, the Strategist and defender creatures. The spoiling of the new Doran variant opens up many possibilities for specs on older cards.
Zero-mana artifacts have made MTG finance news lately. Today Sig looks at this unique class of cards, identifying others with open-ended synergy and long-term potential.
Modern has taught us future demand can be hard to predict—and profitable if you do. Today David talks theory, and about the value of being ahead of the market curve.
In the past Sig has watched under-appreciated sets closely, and it has paid dividends. Today he wants to flag the latest set with rising prices no one is talking about: Fourth Edition.
Cards spiking creates opportunity to quickly flip cards for a profit, and today Adam explains how he does it.