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.
Chris is back this week with a breakdown of Modern specs that could be worth a second look.
With the release of Modern Horizons looming, Wizards announced no changes to the Banned & Restricted list. Christopher looks at the cards that stand to gain right now.
Masters sets have had an enormous impact on the secondary market and the way we speculate. David shares his strategies for adapting to the new environment.
Eternal Magic has gotten very interesting lately with SCG’s price hikes and the announcement of a Legacy PT. Sig breaks it down and looks where to put any newfound profits to work.
A few years ago Sig posed a question to the QS forums on the best place to park some money. Today he revisits the response to see if we can improve our future-forecasting ability.
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.
DJ’s back to discuss some of the recent bulk spikes and what ones we might be looking for next.
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.
DJ’s back with another article on how to maximize value from the relatively inexpensive cards of the set, this time with a focus on Modern Masters 2017.
Modern isn’t the only format targeted by Modern Masters 2017 reprints. David shares his thoughts on the landscape for casual specs in the new set.
Wizards announced no changes to the B&R list, and Modern Masters drops this weekend. Brian sums up his thoughts on the latest news and the impact to finance.
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.