A certain class of cards keeps appearing on MTG Stocks: old foils. But are these moves for real, or are they artifacts of the system? This week Sig investigates.
In a bear market, being prepared to pick up cards at their floor is ideal. Chris lays out his approach to the winter months and how he’s preparing for the holidays.
There’s a new Commander in town that’s making a particular tribe a lot more relevant in Commander.
Chris is back to identify some cards with real potential for short- and long-term gains as we approach rotation.
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.
Fallen Empires has always been neglected due to its large print run and lack of power. But is the set really so irrelevant? This week Sig takes a closer look and shares his appreciation for this classic.
The top-moving card last week on MTG Stocks was…Revised Shivan Dragon! Why are Revised cards suddenly rising in price? Sig does some digging to find out.
Reprints seem to follow a predictable trajectory every time. Sig examines the three stages of a reprint’s price curve and identifies some cards that may be solid pickups right now.
Rob starts the week with a look at Dictate of Erebos.
Admiral Beckett Brass was one of the most popular commanders on EDH REC a couple weeks ago, and has only risen in popularity. Could this be a catalyst for profits? Sig investigates.
This week Sig takes a step back to reaffirm his priorities so he can in engage social media better while avoiding the negativity. Don’t worry, there are still some picks in there!
Speculation on Commander 2017 has been rampant since the first leaks surfaced. Sig investigates the implications and shares a couple older cards that may still have room to run.
With newer formats, a card’s value is highly correlated to its playability. This isn’t always the case with cards from Magic‘s earliest sets, as evidenced by recent buyouts.