Many people have been saying there’s been a little less movement regarding Magic finance during the past few weeks or months. Some people are saying there’s a slowdown. Others are saying it’s normal because the holidays are around the corner and players have less money to spend on Magic cards. Regardless, Magic continues to move […]
Monday’s MTGO announcement suggests great things ahead for the program in 2019. Adam breaks down what it all means, including how the market is already reacting.
Right on the heels of the Pro Tour, Eddie covers the latest movements in his portfolio. Some breakout cards from the PT are worth selling into hype now, for starters.
Matt Lewis returns for the monthly MTGO market report, with his latest movements in foil mythic rares, full sets, and booster pack holdings.
This weekend is the Pro Tour, which means big things for the Standard market. Adam has some insight on which cards might due for a spike given their recent rise on MTGO.
Magic news culminated last week with the announcement of Ultimate Masters and the Box Toppers. Eddie surveys the developments and offers recommendations.
It’s time for another Hold ‘Em & Fold ‘Em! With a recent rotation, what’s on Eddie’s mind this week?
MTG Arena has been getting a lot of attention of late. Brian asks what the future of the online Magic landscape holds—and how that should inform our financial decisions.
The SCG Dallas Open showcased some interesting developments in several formats. Eddie takes stock of new technology and logs the changes to his portfolio in response.
Magic Arena is here, but Magic Online (MTGO) still has a lot to offer. Adam breaks it down for us.
Another week of Guilds of Ravnica, another set of recommendations. Eddie provides the latest moves in his portfolio, including some Modern breakouts and a few odd foils.
Standard popularity is booming, with clear implications for the financial landscape. Kyle considers the future prices of shocklands and some other key cards in this context.
Magic Arena is the future of Magic, but Adam argues that the growth of the digital game means great things for the paper market as well.