Wizards Play Network has announced that In-Store Play is officially suspended in North America, Europe, and LATAM until at least May 10th. Joe talks about the potential financial impacts for local game stores, online sellers, and average players as well as what we can do to stay connected as a community in these trying times.
Sam’s back from his hiatus to analyze the post-ban landscape! Find out what he’s been up to, and where he finds himself in the current Magic market.
The March 9, 2020 Banned and Restricted List Update is live! Here’s the full list of cards in every format.
The Trader Tools redesign has been underway for some time, and now a release date in the near future has arrived.
We are all well versed in the concept of supply and demand. Items in short supply with high demand are expensive and items in large supply with limited demand are cheap. Supply One aspect of MTG finance that I like is that the supply side is relatively steady when it comes to cards. If the […]
Brady returns with the next part in his Bulk to Bayou series, this time outlining his picks for bulk staples in Throne of Eldraine.
It’s a new year, and that calls for an MTGO market check-in! Kyle examines the MTGO Modern market in a post-Mox Opal world, and what cards you’ll want to keep your eye on in Modern’s lull period.
David analyzes the LGS business model, and explains the golden rule that every singles dealer should follow.
David follows up on his previous article, highlighting more lessons learned in 2019. This time, he shows off why it’s important to organize your sales data and what you can learn from it.
Part III is here! Kyle goes beyond the basics and explores a few more “advanced” applications of renting, strategies useful to both investors and players alike.
Bans! Sam is less than thrilled with WotC’s new approach to the Banned and Restricted announcements!
Malcolm talks about several important TCGPlayer metrics and how they can be used to analyze card prices by comparing there spreads to one another.
Welcome back folks, In my last article, I covered the basics of renting: what renting on MTGO is, how to go about doing it, what companies you can rent cards from, and how much renting generally costs. Today, I’d like to go a little more in-depth and discuss the pricing and perks of the plans that […]