David Schumann reviews the new cards in M15 for Eternal playability. Which cards may make an impact in Legacy and/or Modern?
Zwischenzug returns to his favorite archetype to try out some Japanese tech that Adam Yurchick recommended last week.
Don’t you wish you could still make some money when your cards drop in price? With advanced trading tools such as options, you can. Sigmund describes an option trade he just completed and why it could be the start of something new.
Dylan Beckham surveys his predictions for Modern cards this season, to see how he fared in light of the format’s lackluster showing.
We’ve all seen Deck Techs. Most of them are fine and get the point across, but far from what I would call exciting. Not to mention that live video isn’t really the best way to communicate something like a deck tech because you’re doing so much panning and whatnot. I’m not saying this guy (Going […]
The Modern market has been selling hard over the last couple months. So much so that Sigmund believes we are officially in Bear Market territory. This week he explains what this means for your portfolio and the significant changes he’s made to his.
Adam shares results from resent Japanese Modern tournaments and explores a Modern deck list that might be ahead of the curve.
This video was published on Quiet Speculation on April 21st. We’ve chosen to unlock it now in order to showcase Paul Nemeth/Zwischenzug’s videos and showcase what Paul has to offer every week.
With a few M15 spoilers out, Ryan takes an early survey of the post-RtR Standard environment and highlights some exciting options for the future.
Warren Buffet’s famous advice “Be Fearful When Others Are Greedy and Greedy When Others Are Fearful” may hold up well on Wall Street, but fundamentals are a bit different in MTG Finance. Sigmund makes some hard decisions this week as he looks through a Modern portfolio of decaying value.
This week Zwischenzug digitally sleeves up Living End. Leave a comment for your chance to win a Vintage Master’s Pack!
Today we got one of the few eternal playable cards from M15: Hushwing Gryff
Today Dylan Beckham checks in with Modern prices, which continue to perform in a lackluster manner.