Get ready to hit those bulk boxes. David breaks down TCGPlayer’s new $5 minimum rule, and what it could mean vendors and buylist prices in the very near future.
It’s been a while since Sig studied pricing trends on new sets. But a few recent observations have caught his attention. This week Sig shares these trends as he learns about the new normal that is Standard MTG finance.
Adam dives deep on current trends, using QuietSpeculation’s TraderTools to monitor the “spread.” Knowing the difference between what stores sell a card for and what they buy it for can help you make smarter specs.
What should you do with your War of the Spark Uncut foil sheet? If you’re asking yourself that question, there’s no wrong answer; but some are certainly better than others.
Kyle runs through the rares of Modern Horizons on MTGO, and shows where you’ll be wanting to park your TIX for the upcoming Modern.
Have you ever stopped to think about how much time you actually spend on MTG Finance on a weekly basis? This week Sig considers this and makes some personal commitments on how he’ll strategically cut back.
The series is complete! Here’s the full round table discussion about the recent glut of releases in the past three months. Where do we go from here?
Check out the first installment of Sigbits Extra, where Sig shares a brief insight into how he’s currently approaching this volatile MTG market.
Patrick continues his Getting Started series, this time covering the primary avenues of selling your Magic products in the secondary market.
Modern Horizons is the first supplemental set ever released on MTGO that wasn’t billed as a Masters set. Normally MTGO players get left out in the cold on supplemental summer sets like Conspiracy or Battlebond, but not this year! And what is more, since this is a set that was actually released like a regular […]
Sig’s “sell” call last week on Ophiomancer was premature. This wasn’t his first error in MTG finance nor will it be his last. This week, Sig recalls some of his previous mistakes and extracts valuable lessons from each one.
Sam makes his QS debut with a detailed look at the types of Traders you’ll encounter in the MTG Finance world. Say hello to Alex, Bailey, and Cassidy.
While buyouts generate a ton of noise on MTG Stocks’ Interests page, the All-time High list often contains more noteworthy movers in the market. This week Sig takes a look at the list and explains why he would still buy some cards on it while others he advocates selling.