Welcome back to the QS Cast! Chris O’Berry and Sam Lowe discuss Theros: Beyond Death, recent Modern Bannings, Promo Pack reprints, and the Pioneer road ahead. This cast was originally broadcasted live to Insiders in the QS Insider Discord, January 20th, 2020. Show Notes – Legacy is awesome, but not very relevant right now. – Pioneer is […]
The Pioneer metagame is on the move, and Adam has a report on what new cards have emerged and are on the rise.
A changing Pioneer metagame, new Modern developments, and Theros Beyond Death spoilers all make for an exciting time in Magic finance heading into 2020.
At the start of 2019, Sig made three predictions for what the year may bring in MTG finance. Twelve months later, he reflects back on these predictions. The results may surprise you; with greater respect for the unknown, Sig looks ahead to 2020.
This week Magic Online featured a Pioneer PTQ every single day, and this unprecedented show of support for the format has sent the card market into a frenzy.
That Pioneer’s so hot right now. David brings us more of his Pioneer picks, as well as an overview of cards you’ll want to start digging out of bulk.
Sam is battling every day to get up-to-date Pioneer info, with one goal in mind: The Invitational Trophy!
Kyle breaks down where you should be looking to park your tix in the wake of Pioneer, and why it’s not necessarily in Pioneer cards.
Despite an uninteresting Mythic Championship, there’s no shortage of Magic news making waves in the secondary market. This week Sig reviews the most noteworthy headlines from last week, highlighting financial implications (or lack thereof?).
Pioneer is the hottest thing in Magic finance, and Adam shares the insights – and promising specs – he took away from a deep dive into the format’s buylist numbers.
Join Chris O’Berry and Sam Lowe as they talk about the new non-rotating format, Pioneer and its first Banned & Restricted announcement.
Pioneer has been a boon for vendors and speculators alike. It has refreshed demand in Magic finance, catalyzing buyouts left and right. This has been at Modern’s expense, however. This week Sig examines one unloved Modern set to see if there are any interesting opportunities there.
David follows up on his look at Pioneer, this time setting his sights some important cards to consider for the early stages of the format.