David Schumann covers the juiciest RTR cards to target at rotation this year. These cards will be dropping like stones, and unlikely to be on most players’ minds.
Standard rotation brings many prices to their lowest. Through some examples of his Nine Months of Portfolio Management series, Sylvain exposes which cards are likely to constitute good investments when fall comes.
Sigmund has always advocated sealed Booster Boxes as safe MTG investments, and this week he reflects on his recent experiences trying to unload some of these boxes.
In the second part of his “Nine Months of Portfolio Management” series, Sylvain graphs, exposes and analyzes some of the collected data, exploring what lead to his net profit.
Gervaise muses about what lessons Magic speculators can learn from real-life experiences.
Corbin Hosler examines the state of his fall rotation specs, with Jace at the top of the list. What should we do now that these cards have spiked?
Danny advises staying away from Theros cards for the time being, suggesting alternatively a slew of RTR cards he thinks are primed for spikes. He also gives an update on his Zero to Draft endeavor.
Corbin believes Return to Ravnica may have hit a price floor. Is now the time to buy into the staples?
No doubt by now you’ve heard the two announcements Wizards made on Monday. Corbin describes their likely impact on prices and how to react accordingly.
The full Gatecrash spoiler is out and its time for Corbin’s set review. Don’t miss his analysis on which cards are overhyped or flying under the radar.
Matthew Lewis examines the price behavior of dual lands from past years, and offers a detailed analysis of how the pattern will apply to shocklands this year.
As many have predicted, Modern prices are spiking in anticipation of the impending PTQ season. After cashing out on old opportunities, Corbin discusses what to target next.
For the holidays, we present one of Corbin’s earlier articles, which addresses a financial topic worth revisiting: MTG real estate at the release of the Fall set.