Sig went viral on Twitter! Okay, maybe that’s hyperbole, but why did his recent tweet comparing prices of Revised and Magic 30 Tundra get people talking?
Dual Lands are back in style. This week Sig shares his history with the coveted cards and provides the reasons he thinks these are once again a good buy.
Sig continues comparing Magic finance with running, focusing on the training aspects of the two pursuits. Once again, there is more overlap than you’d expect!
‘Tis the season! Joe aka “Beardy” discusses three of the best gifts for Magic players in this product-saturated time, as well as one to steer clear of.
Sig dives into the vendor dynamics at Magic 30: pictures of hotlists, high-end cards for sale, and insights from his interactions with some vendors.
Joe aka “Beardy” takes a look at the real difference between a budget card and an expensive piece of cardboard and wonders is budget such a bad thing?
After receiving a Twitter question about Collectors’ Edition, Sig shares his most recent take on the set.
Sig shares three tips when considering speculation on the new OP announcement.
This week Mauro dives into Revised and foreign language dual lands, and explores the price differences between the languages and printings.
This week Paul looks at investing in Magic for the long term, with an emphasis on your mana base.
“History repeats itself.” We hear this phrase time and again to describe all sorts of socioeconomic phenomena. But does it apply to the Magic market this time? This week, Sig examines the market-moving forces of 2020-2021 and compares back to 2017-2018.
Despite the huge rally we’ve seen in Magic prices so far, Sig doesn’t believe it’s over. Not just yet. This week, he shares the factors that could drive prices even higher, including support from major vendors via aggressive buylists.