Eddie makes his QS debut with a new series aimed at tournament players. Which cards should the tournament grinders be picking up or trading away?
With everyone talking about Masters 25, other important headlines are falling into the background. Sig looks at the other major stories that can help you make money in the coming months.
The full Rivals of Ixalan spoiler is out, and David is here to cover the interesting cards for eternal play from both strategic and financial perspectives.
With Eternal Weekend approaching, Brian revisits his fundamental strategy involving Old School cards—why are they so appealing right now, and where do we expect them to go?
David pores through the Commander 2017 spoiler for all the cards with eternal potential, covering their chances of seeing competitive play and in what archetypes.
Welcome back readers! The Amonkhet set draws inspiration from ancient Egypt so it seems appropriate that it bears a lot of eternal potential with it. This set has me pretty excited as I think we will see some cards greatly alter the eternal landscapes. Now I will start by saying that I am an avid […]
David reviews Aether Revolt for potential eternal playables, covering the cards he believes show the most promise in Modern, Legacy, and Vintage.
Sigmund believes it’s time to consider a different paradigm when evaluating our collections, which may lead to some drastic changes to how we invest in Magic.
Sigmund surveys the downward trend on eternal cards people have noticed of late, and discusses how it pertains to Magic finance more generally.
David finishes his set review of Eldritch Moon for eternal formats, with a treatment of the interesting commons and uncommons.
With Eldritch Moon almost on the shelves, David turns to examine its impact in eternal formats. These are the cards to watch for Modern, Legacy and Vintage.
In time for GP Columbus, Brian highlights several eternal cards he’s getting requests to borrow. These are good places to park money right now.
Everyone’s worried about buying Eternal Masters cards before we know the set list, but certain cards are out for sure. Brian looks at some promising Reserved List specs.