Chris is back to identify some cards with real potential for short- and long-term gains as we approach rotation.
The best way to make money on the upcoming rotation is to be ahead of the curve. This week, Kyle begins a series aimed at helping MTGO speculators do just that.
Diego returns with a new infographic, showing the metagame breakdown and major trends at Pro Tour Kaladesh!
Pro Tour Kaladesh is over and Brian is cashing out on the hyped cards and shifting his attention to last year’s block. He shares card-by-card insights for this week.
At first glance, speculators appeared to profit on breakout cards from Pro Tour Kaladesh. A deeper look, focusing on more realistic scenarios, reveals a different picture.
Brian DeMars has thoughts on what cards might break out at Pro Tour Kaladesh. Check it out and see if you agree!
The story this weekend at SCG Indianapolis was clearly aggro strategies and vehicles. David looks at the Top 32 results to get a picture of the new Standard format.
As WOTC strives to make Standard less expensive focus is shifting away from Modern and Legacy. Despite this, Sigmund sees a bull market that some may be missing.
Chaz has a full set review for Kaladesh, replete with information from his testing sessions!
Brian breaks down all the rares and mythics worth discussing in the new set, and evaluates their potential in light of price.
Masterpieces are on everyone’s mind and Brian is no exception. He breaks down what their permanent inclusion in boosters will mean for MTG finance.
To get an idea of how Masterpieces will affect pricing, David looks back to the first version of the new ultra-rarity: Zendikar Expeditions.
Zendikar Expeditions had a profound impact on card prices, and now they’ll be in every set with the Masterpiece Series. Sig discusses what this means for the future of Standard MTG finance.