Sébastien Morin examines how reprints on MTGO affect prices in the short- and mid-term. Understanding this dynamic can position you to make handsome profits from the panic-selling that sometimes results.
A firm understanding of Expected Value (EV) is crucial to successful speculation. This week Sébastien calls on his writing partner, Jeff Goupil, to explain the ins and outs of EV as it pertains to Magic investment.
The recent spoiling of Beck//Call has already impacted Modern prices and is sure to make more waves. Corbin discusses which cards are still ripe to benefit.
David Schumann discusses some casual staples with unexpectedly high prices that you may still be able to find in binders or “bulk boxes” at stores.
Liliana of the Veil has recently undergone a huge price bump. Corbin examines the causes of the rise and predicts the card’s future trajectory.
Many people are already gearing up to out their Innistrad stock before rotation. Jared looks at the future metagame and asks what we should be acquiring in exchange.
Between now and the release of Dragon’s Maze, speculation opportunities may be sparse on MTGO. Matthew Lewis suggests looking to boosters in the meantime.
Corbin believes Return to Ravnica may have hit a price floor. Is now the time to buy into the staples?
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.