Christopher knows accountability is always crucial in speculation. After ten weeks of articles for QS, he looks back to evaluate how his speculation calls have fared.
When writing about MTG finance accountability is crucial. Today David looks back over the second quarter of 2018 to gauge the success of his speculation suggestions.
David goes through a quarterly report on his speculation endeavors for the first part of 2018, providing some concrete metrics to measure his success rate.
Today Adrian reviews his picks from the Pro Tour. He asks why the successes panned out, why the failures didn’t, and what can be learned for next time.
Adrian looks over his Modern picks from the past month to see how they have fared, discussing his logic at the time and drawing lessons from the outcomes.
Failed specs may sting, but they can be an opportunity to learn. David looks at his specs from last Standard season that didn’t pan out to draw lessons for next time.
David looks at several prominent specs of his from past years that didn’t pan out and shares the critical lessons they taught him.
Brian takes on the ever-important task of evaluating his past picks for success and failure, focusing on the past two months.
Chaz revisits his pre-rotation targets to see how they’re faring in the new Standard. There were some hits and some duds, but in both cases much to learn for future rotations.
This week Matthew Lewis and Sylvain Lehoux look back on the first three months of the MTGO Market Report, and construct a mock portfolio to see how their recommendations have fared.
Right before Dragons of Tarkir gets officially released, Corbin looks back at his calls for Fate Reforged. Read on to see how his predictions fared this time around.
Corbin reviews some of his calls on casual cards from six months ago, discussing which to move and which to hold. He also has his eye on some new casual targets for mid- to long-term gains.
Corbin Hosler looks back on 2014 to see what he got right (and wrong), and makes some predictions for 2015.