This week Paul looks at the results of the Standard Hooglandia Open, some cards he has his eye on, and the card he’s most excited to play in Standard.
Today brought one of the most significant bans in recent memory, and at breakneck speed. Surprise?! The August 3rd, 2020 Banned and Restricted announcement is live!
Chris closes out his series on soon-to-rotate sets, ending with Core Set 2019. Check out his top picks for the very near future.
In general, the past few weeks have been fairly dull for Magic finance. But that’s about to change. This week Sig shares three catalysts he thinks will shake up the market and create opportunities to make some money.
Chris continues his series on soon-to-rotate sets, this time with Dominaria. Sit back as he takes us on a nostalgia trip to Magic’s premier plane and outlines his picks for Commander.
Chris follows up on his article covering Ixalan’s best opportunities nearing rotation. This week he shows us the potential in several cards from the second set of the block, Rivals of Ixalan
Chris lays out his investment plan for key Commander staples from the Ixalan block, starting with the namesake set. Some of these picks may surprise you!
It’s easy to calculate the market cap of a publicly traded company such as Hasbro. Sig explains how the same principle can be applied to the Magic market, and what it reveals.
David continues with his analysis of undervalued cards in Standard in anticipation of rotation. This time he covers Rivals of Ixalan, along with some notable rares in Ixalan block.
David begins the task of breaking down the non-rotating mythics to see where we might want to park some money leading into the fall rotation. The first stop: Ixalan.
Chris is back to identify some cards with real potential for short- and long-term gains as we approach rotation.
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.
Today, Adrian revisits the most recent Standard rotation – where was money made, where was money lost, and what should we be looking at moving forward?