After receiving a Twitter question about Collectors’ Edition, Sig shares his most recent take on the set.
Sig looks through Magic’s history for some of the earliest, most powerful trampling creatures.
Sig examines some older cards that spiked recently despite their absence from the Reserved List. What’s driving the uptick in prices?
With the new Secret Lair printing of Concordant Crossroads, Sig looks at a selection of Enchant Worlds from Magic’s past.
This week, Sig looks back at SCGCON Indianapolis and highlights noteworthy cards on posted hotlists.
Sig enjoyed reading Ben Bleiweiss’ column detailing the 100 worst cards of all time. Did you know some of these terrible cards have surprisingly high values?
Sig shares some cautionary advice about buying into price spikes in the wake of a buyout-fueling Rudy video, calling on history to illustrate the FOMO fallacy.
What do Magic and Elvis Presley have in common? Not a whole lot yet, but one day, as Magic’s player base continues to age, that could change.
The Dark may be the least valuable of the Four Horsemen sets, but it’s not for lack of flavor. Sig shares the good, the bad, and the ugly from The Dark.
What do Zodiac Dragon, Liliana, Dreadhorde General, and Ice Storm have in common? All were responses to a recent Twitter question. Sig shares all the details.
This week Sig examines cards that fit within the intersection of three criteria, leading to superior investment prospects over the long term.
This week Mauro explores the history of Reserved List foils, their prices, and some current opportunities for investment.
This week Sig shares his recent purchases and the motivations behind them.