It’s unavoidable: the Coronavirus is all over the news. Things can become quite dire, and Magic is far from important in the grand scheme of things. However, this is a Magic website–this week Sig explores the virus’s potential impact to MTG finance from both an optimist’s and a pessimist’s lens.
In the third installment of this series, Sig discusses the advanced trading options available to stock market investors, which are absent from the Magic market. Short selling in particular is a commonly used strategy on Wall Street that Magic players can’t leverage…or can they?
Last Friday Sig drove to MagicFest Indianapolis, where he experienced inconsistent results in trying to move some Old School cards. One vendor did come to the rescue, but Sig’s strategy going forward is going to be a little different.
Is it worth buying cards as a third-party for people across the Atlantic from you? Niels breaks it down for us.
Sigmund believes the MTG Market is moving higher, but don’t buy everything you can get hands on. This week he compares a couple options, highlighting why he likes some cards more than others despite their shared upward movement.
Not long ago Sigmund made an interesting comparison between Magic and silver prices, but his argument missed a few points. This week he expands upon his thesis by exploring how silver, oil, and the Euro can all impact the value of your collection.
Grand Prix Moscow 2014 has been completed, and the winner is Igor Gorbunov with R/W Burn!
Catch the results of the 2014 Grand Prix São Paulo? Reuben shares a bit of history regarding last weekends results.
Gervaise examines how we think as Magic traders and offers insight on how to continually improve.
Gervaise delves into the techniques and reasons behind using the internet as a primary mode of card acquisition.
In his first article, Gervaise details the elements that distinguish the European market from the American market and overviews some helpful fundamentals.