This year, several rotating rares didn’t bottom out as Sylvain expected. Despite missing the lowest price, he is still taking advantage of good opportunities on rares and a few mythics.
Continuing with last week’s series, Sylvain reviews which rares from M14 and Return to Ravnica may constitute a good investment after Standard rotates.
Sylvain concludes his series of Nine Months of Portfolio Management by reviewing his experience and updating his strategies for the year to come. Many valuable lessons have shaped the way he suggests approaching this coming year’s investing.
The new chapter of Sylvain’s Nine Months of Portfolio Management series deals with his Modern positions. This category of his portfolio was by far the most successful, and Sylvain explains to us his strategy to make the most out of Modern opportunities.
Picking up where Sylvain left off, he explores the success of M14 rares in his MTGO Portfolio Management series.
Sylvain continues his portfolio management series with a lesson regarding the trends that core set mythics follow.
In the second part of his “Nine Months of Portfolio Management” series, Sylvain graphs, exposes and analyzes some of the collected data, exploring what lead to his net profit.
Mike Lanigan looks a potent card advantage engine particularly suited to tribal decks. Is this the tool Slivers was lacking to be competitive?
Matthew Lewis presents his review of each mythic rare from M14. Which cards are Fully Priced, Borderline or Good Value?
Danny breaks down the potential 4-drops that could see increased play in Standard post-rotation, picking his favorites as speculation targets.
Matthew Lewis examines the price history of mythic rare reprints to get insight into the future trajectory of the M14 planeswalkers.
Ryan constructs a U/R Legacy deck from the ground up, built around the brand new Young Pyromancer.
Mathieu constructs another portfolio of cards to pick up, this time skewing his choices towards upcoming Theros.