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.
Sig is a long-time advocate of buying up Reserved List cards—so why is he constantly selling them? This week Sig shares his motivations for selling cards even as they’re on the rise.
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.
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.
For investors, the majority of the last 18 months has been a magical ride. Picking stocks on Wall Street in 2017 was easier than picking ripe avocados at the supermarket, and economic optimism was as high as I have ever seen in my lifetime. There was growth across nearly every sector and the major Wall […]
In this article, Eddie puts reader feedback into action. He also provides a new section to give us real-time insight to reflect on previously mentioned cards.
What does it mean to be “risk-averse?” Is it based on the Magic cards you buy, or if you’re willing to buy Bitcoin? Today Sig attempts to tackle the meaning of risk in a much broader context.
Anyone can guess at a card’s future price, but smart speculation requires preliminary work to assess risk. David looks at the core questions to ask before pulling the trigger.
In stock market investing, “Alpha” and “Beta” are concepts used to describe risk. Sig explains the terms and how they can be applied towards smarter investing in MTG finance.
Sometimes a card can reach surprising highs by dodging reprint time and again, despite not being a format staple. This week Sig looks at cards you should be aware of because they are climbing to new highs while increasing risk of crashing upon reprinting.
I get that a “Swan Song” generally refers to “the end of something” or “the finale,” but that’s not why I picked the art for Swan Song as the thumbnail for this article. I’m not going anywhere (other than Vegas this week), but I really just picked it because Swan Song is another good old “everyone […]
DJ’s back to fill us in on the “bulk” that really isn’t bulk anymore, this time from some recent Commander sets.
Many speculators have declared buying cards in the $2 range a “value trap” not worth their time. This week Sigmund takes a closer look at the strategy to draw his own conclusions on its merits.