Differentiator – one that shows a contrasting element that distinguishes. What sets your store apart from everyone else? David offers his insights.
Last Friday Sig drove to MagicFest Indianapolis, where he experienced inconsistent results in trying to move some Old School cards. One vendor did come to the rescue, but Sig’s strategy going forward is going to be a little different.
Sig is planning on attending a Magic Fest next month, where he hopes to sell cards to vendors. But one can’t just jump in blindly and expect to maximize value. This week Sig shares three helpful tips to help you prepare for selling to vendors.
Sometimes a quick flip doesn’t go exactly as Sig plans. In these cases, he follows a strategy to sell these failed specs to maintain liquidity. This week Sig shares his strategies and why he’s often the eager seller.
This week, David takes us through some of the finer points of selling a large collection, and what you as a seller should know before approaching a buyer.
Recent history has disproved the community hypothesis that Modern Horizons singles had bottomed. Prices on all but the most desirable foils have pulled back considerably from recent highs. Sig ponders whether he should hold or avoid opportunity cost and cash out.
Join Sam on his deep dive to get the best bang for your buck on the tournament floor! A few simple tips make grinding much easier on your wallet.
Get ready to hit those bulk boxes. David breaks down TCGPlayer’s new $5 minimum rule, and what it could mean vendors and buylist prices in the very near future.
Patrick continues his Getting Started series, this time covering the primary avenues of selling your Magic products in the secondary market.
Sam makes his QS debut with a detailed look at the types of Traders you’ll encounter in the MTG Finance world. Say hello to Alex, Bailey, and Cassidy.
While buyouts generate a ton of noise on MTG Stocks’ Interests page, the All-time High list often contains more noteworthy movers in the market. This week Sig takes a look at the list and explains why he would still buy some cards on it while others he advocates selling.
With the advent of TCGplayer opening up to anyone who wants to own an online store without a brick-and-mortar location, numerous people have opened started Magic card businesses out of their apartments/dorm rooms/homes. However, many of us, myself included, do not have any formal business training. That being said, I’ve worked for various companies since graduating from […]
Several stores online have begun charging sales tax on Magic singles, with major implications for speculators. Christopher discusses his strategy to address the cost increase.