Have you ever had store credit to a site like SCG or CK but didn’t have anything to spend it on? Sig shares some less common, creative ideas to consider.
After swearing off sealed product years ago, Sig once again dips his toes into this space for its investment potential. He shares four reasons why he changed his tune.
In honor of Unfinity spoilers, Sig examines previous Un-sets to explore what makes them so valuable. He looks for trends that may carry through in the new set.
Given Sig’s interest in Magic’s earliest sets, it’s no surprise that he’s excited about the recent Lost Legends announcement. But what exactly does it entail?
Joe aka “Beardy” reviews the latest Universes Beyond offerings and questions if it makes sense to buy them as a fan, as a player, or as an investor?
With the strengthening US dollar, Sig sees more arbitrage opportunities ahead. He shares some sites that should be on your radar when shopping overseas.
Sig reviews data indicating that we’re now in a buyers’ market. What is on his radar, and what cards should you be looking out for?
Sig investigates eBay’s new vault service and its market implications. What does this service mean for the future of Magic investing?
This week Sig shares his thoughts on Double Masters 2022 preorder prices and his optimism for the secondary market. Where are preorder prices headed?
A sales post for Mirage starters transported Sig back in time. What do picnic table battles in the ’90s have to do with Magic today? More than you’d realize.
Did you know there are other options outside TCGplayer for purchasing damaged cards? Sig shares some recent observations in this space.
Sig shares some cards he has come across over the years that are signed by someone other than the original artist. How do they affect the value of the cards?
With the return of paper Pro Tour Magic, Sig looks at the Standard metagame and highlights some solid picks.