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.
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.
Sig investigates eBay’s new vault service and its market implications. What does this service mean for the future of Magic investing?
Has anyone else noticed how older booster box prices are through the roof? Why is that?
After receiving a Twitter question about Collectors’ Edition, Sig shares his most recent take on the set.
While attempting to price out an Unlimited Mox Sapphire, Sig discovered a surprising trend with the relative value of the Power Nine.
There has been some heated discussion lately on whether or not it’s okay to purchase Magic cards with your economic stimulus payment. MTGJoeD weighs in with his opinion, offering some MTG Finance investment tips in the process.
“History repeats itself.” We hear this phrase time and again to describe all sorts of socioeconomic phenomena. But does it apply to the Magic market this time? This week, Sig examines the market-moving forces of 2020-2021 and compares back to 2017-2018.
The rise in asset prices and the jump in employment seem paradoxical. This week, Sig takes a look at the economic environment and attempts to explain why asset prices are soaring despite this pandemic, with a look ahead to 2021.
COVID-19 has certainly taken its toll on the MTG economy. This week Sig examines pricing trends over the past 8 months and attempts to predict what may happen once the pandemic ends and in-person paper events can once again take place.
In response to The Professor at Tolarian Community College’s recent video on the Reserved List, David provides his perspective on the subject and why he disagrees.
The COVID-19 pandemic has introduced much uncertainty in the Magic market. However, Sig is seeing a few things that help him feel a little more optimistic. This week, he shares his observations and why he thinks Magic cards remain worthwhile investments.