Sig investigates eBay’s new vault service and its market implications. What does this service mean for the future of Magic investing?
Did you know there are other options outside TCGplayer for purchasing damaged cards? Sig shares some recent observations in this space.
Joe aka “Beardy” talks about the money-saving potential of buying cards on eBay and also how to avoid some potential issues.
While attempting to price out an Unlimited Mox Sapphire, Sig discovered a surprising trend with the relative value of the Power Nine.
Determining the accurate value of one’s collection has always been tricky. While TCGplayer and MTG Stocks have brought new tools to streamline the process, there’s still room for improvement. Is eBay’s recent foray into this space what we’ve been waiting for?
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.
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.
Collectible Card Game finance has suddenly caught fire in the investment world, and prices of cards and boxes have skyrocketed. David examines Flesh and Blood, and lessons we can learn from CCGs of the past.
eBay’s completed listings can provide a reasonable look at old, rare card values. Data from other sources may be insufficient. However, one should not trust eBay completed listings blindly. This week, Sig shares some watchouts when using eBay completed listing data in negotiations.