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.
As many have predicted, Modern prices are spiking in anticipation of the impending PTQ season. After cashing out on old opportunities, Corbin discusses what to target next.
Finding himself in a reflective mood this week, Matthew Lewis considers the ways in which he can improve as a speculator and offers up a few resolutions for the new year.
Modern PTQ season is nearly upon us, which presents many opportunities for the speculator. Corbin explains how this season will impact your Magic portfolio.
Two years ago Corbin Hosler wrote that profits on cards are mere illusions until you’ve cashed out. Today he revisits his article to see how the theory applies to today’s world of MTG finance.
The approaching Holiday Cube is set to inject Urza’s and Masques block boosters into the MTGO market. Matthew Lewis discusses the resulting financial opportunities.
Corbin talks about some cards to keep your eye on in the coming weeks before Gatecrash shakes up the Standard metagame.
I’ve been thinking a lot about buying collections again recently. It’s fun as all heck to see what’s in someone’s binder and you can make a pretty good profit with turnover. Moreover, I was tired of seeing Sig and Corbin post about going through collections – jealous!
Corbin examines Magic 2013 and Ravnica to try and find the next casual hit (like Parallel Lives) that will make you money!