On the heels of Innistrad: Midnight Hunt, Kai goes over some opportunities people missed, and how we can avoid making the same mistakes with Crimson Vow.
“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.
Sig has been very active with ABUGames trade credit arbitrage lately. The once-defunct strategy has become live once again thanks to some recent market trends. This week Sig shares his secrets–with some time and patience, anyone can leverage this same approach to make MTG cheaper.
Time is money! David outlines his order fulfillment process and how you can optimize your workflow.
Enough warning can never be given when it comes to counterfeits–they will always be a risk to Magic economy’s health. By being more savvy when shopping for high-end cards, and avoiding certain traps, one can avoid much of the counterfeit risk that haunts Magic.
Sig was underwhelmed by last weekend’s Black Friday sales. Some of the discounts simply didn’t create compelling price points. This week Sig shares data to support why these blanket site-wide sales aren’t as great as they’re made out to appear.
It’s a well-known fact that every speculation target carries an associated risk, and sometimes it’s better to hold off on a purchase because of it. David gives his perspective on buying, selling, and how the QS Insider Community can be an invaluable asset in your arsenal.
David does a cross-store comparison of retail prices for three formats to see where the best trade-in values lie.
After a year spent building his online inventory, David has learned several invaluable lessons about the buying process. Today he shares the pitfalls he encountered.
Do you have aspirations to own your own game store? Quiet Speculation welcomes Leah Albert, who will be guiding you through many of the considerations you’ll need to make. Check it out!