In June 2013, WoTC released the first of the paper “Masters” sets, simply called Modern Masters. David examines the line of Masters sets, and the effects of a yearly reprint set on the game at large.
For Sig, 2018 was the year of the buylist. He takes a look back at his orders from last year to discusses how he leverages the buylist to maintain liquidity.
The surprising second all-reprint set to be released in 2017 may lead to a saturation of product. David reacts to the announcement of Iconic Masters.
After a momentary drop, Modern Masters 2017 prices have rebounded. Sig shares concrete price data from MM2 to provide predictions for what’s to come on MM3’s hottest staples.
MM17 is a huge hit and Amonkhet is right around the corner. But not everything can be bought blindly—Sig believes there are some real value traps out there.
Around the time of MMA, Sig sold some Modern staples in anticipation of reprints. It took five years for those sales to pay off. This week he looks closely at the data to evaluate his decision.
It can be daunting to enter a format like Modern, especially with expensive hallmarks like Tarmogoyf, Liliana, and Snapcaster Mage. Learn how to read the metagame and understand the market in order to know when to buy into these cards!
A few days have passed since Modern Masters Weekend, when three different Grand Prix across the globe together made for one of the biggest and most memorable Magic experiences ever.
With Modern Masters Weekend behind us and Modern season upon us, Adam shares his top Modern financial gainers in anticipation of Grand Prix Charlotte.
This weekend saw three huge events that pumped a mountain of Modern Masters 2015 into the ecosystem, and it obviously depressing most of the prices on those cards. The next two weeks will be a phenomenal point to pick up missing staples from your Modern collection. Read on to learn which are prime targets and which you should avoid.
Mike Lanigan does a box report on Modern Masters 2015, opening several boxes of sealed product to estimate the value you can expect to get.
Chaz poses an important question about Modern Masters 2015: Is it successful as a product? And how does this question relate to MTG finance?
The #boxreport is one Twitter user’s attempt to share what he learns cracking boxes of the newest Magic product. This can be a great resource for the financially minded!