Joe aka “Beardy” evaluates a recent purchase of some older and cheaper Commander Precon decks. Is there value to these decks?
Magic prices have been going nuts in 2020. Is this a bubble about to break or will the party continue in 2021? Adam breaks down the Reserved List gains across the board and where they’re headed in 2021.
Sometimes a quick flip doesn’t go exactly as Sig plans. In these cases, he follows a strategy to sell these failed specs to maintain liquidity. This week Sig shares his strategies and why he’s often the eager seller.
MTG finance has been on the receiving end of some backlash recently after rampant buyouts catalyzed by Modern Horizons spoilers. But is it deserved? This week Sig examines this nefarious buyout behavior and explains how it could be harming the broader community.
We’ve all been waiting for tax refunds to kick in and restimulate the market. Well, that time is upon us. Sig has three strategies to keep in mind when putting new capital to work.
The current market dynamic presents an opportunity to pick up Old School cards near buylist, thus giving you upside potential with minimal risk. Sig shares how he’s been executing the strategy.
Adrian’s gearing up for the Pro Tour, and that means preparing in advance for the speculation opportunities that arise. He shares his approach and a few decks that are on his radar.
Last week a presentation at Sig’s work spurred him to reflect on MTG finance strategy. He explores some theory around hype and looks for what “innovation triggers” may be on the horizon.
Bulk cards are spiking, and that means DJ has things to tell you. Check it out!
In the wake of the U.S. presidential election, there have been some rapid changes in currencies and the stock market. This leads to new profitable opportunities in Magic finance.
Modern can generate some insane hype around new decks or technology. Today Sheridan looks at two decks that were conspicuously absent from SCG States and evaluates their future prospects.
Recent hype activity has been itching at Sigmund lately. He doesn’t like to see pump-and-dump action, which is almost a weekly occurrence in MTG Finance. This week he shares a PSA and uses psychology to explain why we need to think with our logic and not our emotions.
Buying your position back after a spike? In some circumstances this move makes a lot of sense. Sylvain explores this option in the MTGO environment where more speculators than before may contribute to bigger rises and falls.