As Magic prices continue to drop, Sig is tempted to buy a few cards to bet on a rebound. He needs to be careful; this is akin to catching a falling knife.
Joe aka “Beardy” takes a look at the deck lists for the new starter Commander decks. Are these really for new players, or a lucrative investment opportunity?
Joe aka “Beardy” talks about the money-saving potential of buying cards on eBay and also how to avoid some potential issues.
Joe AKA “Beardy” talks about the wild benefits of playing with other people’s cards instead of your own. How many accomplices does a good Xanathar deck need?
This week, Sig shares three reasons why he feels you should hold off on making your next Magic purchase, at least until this holiday season.
Last week’s inflation data created shock waves in the stock market. This piqued Sig’s curiosity: does inflation also impact the Magic market? He found an article that describes the potential impact very well…oh, and that article was written in 1978!
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.
In his latest article, David asks the question, why is it important to track your sales data? David breaks down his methodology for interpreting his sales data, with a focus on sales by format, expenses, and year-to-year comparison.
Bitcoin recently notched a new all-time high, almost doubling its previous peak in late 2017. Last time this happened, Magic cards followed suit. Are we due for another wave of Magic buying? This week Sig investigates the correlation.
The rise in asset prices and the jump in employment seem paradoxical. This week, Sig takes a look at the economic environment and attempts to explain why asset prices are soaring despite this pandemic, with a look ahead to 2021.