Matthew Lewis looks over each Gatecrash mythic in turn and evaluates its potential for gains at current prices.
Lots of discussion has surfaced recently about price spikes in the MTG market. Jared Elick explains the important role speculators play in stabilizing artificially inflated prices.
The Pro Tour has come and gone, and Corbin delves beyond the top eight to find gems the pros were packing this weekend.
Corbin addresses the financial implications of post-Gatecrash Standard, Wizards’ announcement regarding redemptions, and the alleged Modern bubble.
Cube is back paying out ZZW and Wizards has announced the imminent release of more shocklands in Dragon’s Maze. Matthew Lewis explains what all this means for MTGO prices.
No doubt by now you’ve heard the two announcements Wizards made on Monday. Corbin describes their likely impact on prices and how to react accordingly.
Jared discusses the flux of values in the wake of Gatecrash’s release. He suggests several cards to target, from both Gatecrash itself and other sets.
Jason attempts to get back to the spirit of the prerelease experience and describes his reaction to the lackluster announcement of no new unbannings.
The full Gatecrash spoiler is out and its time for Corbin’s set review. Don’t miss his analysis on which cards are overhyped or flying under the radar.
Matthew Lewis outlines a method for squeezing out a little extra value from those last couple tickets you have lying around.
As Gatecrash spoiler season ramps up, Corbin looks to specs from older sets that may benefit from the new Standard environment.
In speculation, reviewing past calls is as important as making new ones. This week Corbin and Chad evaluate each others’ calls from Return to Ravnica to see how accurate their predictions were.
Matthew Lewis outlines his thoughts on the next couple months of MTGO speculation, discussing what cards to sell and buy and when to make your move.