In any sort of investing, it’s important to define key terms in order to make sense of and properly evaluate investment opportunities. David outlines these key terms, and how they relate to Magic.
David brings us a new series in Sifting Specs, where he showcases seemingly overlooked cards that never found a home.
Time is money! David outlines his order fulfillment process and how you can optimize your workflow.
David makes his return after a brief hiatus, combing over the contents of the recent Brawl releases from Throne of Eldraine.
Jeremy makes his QS debut, outlining three missteps many players make when increasing collection value is the goal.
This is a sad day for Quiet Speculation.
DJ answers questions from Social Media about conducting business in the Magic Market.
Hi! I was my pleasure to interview Niels from our forums awhile ago and he’s been very patient with me getting the interview up! Have a listen to it and let us know what you think. This was my first time interviewing someone about the different Magic markets in Europe and I hope it won’t […]
Hi! Doug Linn of Quiet Speculation here, bringing you interviews with the top minds in Magic finance. Each week, I’ll be bringing you an hour-long interview with people tapped into the MTG Finance community on every level. Whether you’re a Friday Night Magic hero with a binder full of staples or you want to make […]
Each week, I like to interview a member of the Magic finance community about themselves – why they trade, what they like to look out for, and what strategies they can teach us. This week, my guest was Kyle Falbo. He’s got an incredible strategy for collection buying that you just have to hear. It involves […]
Each week, we interview a QS Insider about what’s going on in their MTG finance world. This week, it’s Carter Hatfield of Perfect Storm MTG.
This week, my guest is Nick Becvar of Affinity For Cards. Nick has made a profitable niche of selling at PTQs. If you want to get into dealing but you aren’t ready to commit to a day job, Nick sets out what it requires.
This week, I had the pleasure of interviewing Kyle Lopez of Aether Games. A year ago, Aether Games didn’t exist; today, it’s a powerhouse of an online card shop.