Sylvain delivers the first report of his “100 Tix 1 Year” investment project. First transactions, winners, losers, overall performance and credits to bots–read how things went for this rather prolific first month.
Sylvain examines a critical component of any investment–time. Between the duration of the investment itself and the human labor required to implement it, time is one component you don’t want to underestimate when evaluating the performance of a spec.
Sylvain goes deeper in explaining his thought process when pulling the trigger to sell. Responding to insiders’ comments, he explains why early sales have done more good than bad for him.
Sylvain concludes his series of Nine Months of Portfolio Management by reviewing his experience and updating his strategies for the year to come. Many valuable lessons have shaped the way he suggests approaching this coming year’s investing.
In one of the final articles in his Nine Months of Portfolio Management series, Sylvain talks about Quick Flips. He explains how he exploited such opportunities to rapidly and consistently grow this part of his portfolio.
In this new chapter of his Nine Months of Portfolio Management, Sylvain discusses the poor decisions he made with Return to Ravnica block cards–the losing category of his portfolio–and explain what not to do with Standard positions.
Nine Months of Portfolio Management is also nine months of opportunity management. Using his work to illustrate these concepts, Sylvain shows us that opportunity cost and opportunity benefit account for more than you could think on MTGO.
Standard rotation brings many prices to their lowest. Through some examples of his Nine Months of Portfolio Management series, Sylvain exposes which cards are likely to constitute good investments when fall comes.
The new chapter of Sylvain’s Nine Months of Portfolio Management series deals with his Modern positions. This category of his portfolio was by far the most successful, and Sylvain explains to us his strategy to make the most out of Modern opportunities.
Picking up where Sylvain left off, he explores the success of M14 rares in his MTGO Portfolio Management series.
Sylvain continues his portfolio management series with a lesson regarding the trends that core set mythics follow.
In the second part of his “Nine Months of Portfolio Management” series, Sylvain graphs, exposes and analyzes some of the collected data, exploring what lead to his net profit.
Sylvain unveils the groundwork to his recent MTGO portfolio management experiment. What did he do with thousands of tix?