Sig remains a net seller, and this week he considers selling some cards at a loss. Selling at a loss isn’t always bad if the reasons for doing so are sound.
While Sig sold his Alpha cards shortly after Magic 30 Las Vegas, he’s continued monitoring pricing trends. Lately, a few eBay auctions have piqued his interest.
Last weekend, a friend declared that he sold out of Magic. Sig’s first reaction was…envy!? He explores five reasons selling out of Magic can be net positive.
What does running a race and speculating on Magic cards have in common? It all comes down to pacing. This week Sig explores various scenarios in Magic finance.
Joe aka “Beardy” shares how to sell Magic at a card show full of Pokemon collectors, reviewing prep and best-sellers. Who said Magic was on a decline?
Sig is feeling a bit apathetic towards Magic to begin 2023; inspiration is running low. Don’t fret, though, as he’s been through this cycle many times before.
Last year brought significant change for Sig when it comes to how he approaches Magic. Looking ahead to 2023, he shares his new priorities for the hobby.
As Magic prices continue to drop, Sig is tempted to buy a few cards to bet on a rebound. He needs to be careful; this is akin to catching a falling knife.
This week Joe aka “Beardy” reviews the new Brothers’ War Commander decks and settles the age-old debate about who is stronger: Urza or Mishra?
Sig dives into the vendor dynamics at Magic 30: pictures of hotlists, high-end cards for sale, and insights from his interactions with some vendors.
Today Sig launches a series of Magic 30 post-event coverage articles, starting with overall takeaways from the convention, and teasers of many topics to come.
Magic 30 is a few days away, and the hype is real! This week Sig examines the vendor list to predict what the selling environment may be like for his cards.
His timing isn’t perfect, but Sig feels ready to finally cut back on his collection. This week he shares the four main reasons for this decision.