Chris is back this week with a breakdown of Modern specs that could be worth a second look.
Rob San Juan takes a closer look at the possible implications of JVP’s upcoming appearance in FTV: Transform.
Kyle discussed uncommons last week, but what about rares and mythics? There are pitfalls and opportunities here, and Kyle walks us through them.
Uncommons can provide some of the largest percentage returns on MTGO, but there’s a right way and a wrong way to invest in them…
Like many financiers, Brian is focusing on Standard rotation and the cards that are effectively on sale. He shares his picks for the best buys from ORI and DTK.
How is the metagame shaping up since rotation? Join Diego for the latest infographic on the twenty most-played Standard cards!
Sylvain has begun to short sell on MTGO. Using the recent example of Jace, Vryn’s Prodigy, he discusses what could be a revolution in the world of MTGO finance.
The new Jace is the hottest breakout card on the MTG market, but it’s not all Standard hype. Jace is just realizing his Modern potential and the ceiling is high on this powerful planeswalker.
Ryan goes over his list of cards near their floor from Dragons and Origins. These cards are powerful enough to make a splash in Standard, even if they haven’t found a home yet.
Dragons of Tarkir and Origins are set to stick around Standard until fall next year. Doug looks at some cards to pick up now in anticipation of future demand.
Adam took away some valuable financial lessons from Pro Tour Magic Origins, which he shares today. These lessons can be applied to Pro Tours moving forward.
Standard is proving extremely dynamic as this weekend a completely new archetype in Mill dominated. Doug Linn looks at the actionable information and considers what will happen in the short term.