Say hello to a new QS writer, Sylvain Lehoux! Today Sylvain describes his general perspective on MTGO investing and outlines future articles.
Mike Lanigan surveys his results from last year, when he decided to ramp up speculation efforts and open a store.
Buylisting can be an efficient way to unload cards, but requires some forethought to be profitable and easy. David Schumann walks us through the process.
David Schumann covers the recent changes to his speculative holdings and explains the rationale behind each trade.
The holiday season usually means lighter volume in MTG speculation. Sigmund advises exercising patience when buying and selling during this time.
Corbin Hosler looks at cards that benefited from break-out decks last weekend, as well as some criminally-undervalued Modern cards.
A recent debate has arisen in the forums about how to time sales of a spiking card. Corbin Hosler lays out his philosophy and the reasoning behind it.
Last weekend Sigmund skipped the main event at GP Louisville to focus his energy on selling to dealers. Today he summarizes his observations from this novel experience.
Matthew Lewis surveys his recent speculation activity on MTGO, discussing in depth what he’s buying, selling and watching and why.
Even when a speculation pans out as expected, order cancellations or sudden drops in price can undermine your profits. David Schumann explains what to do to minimize these types of setbacks.
Corbin Hosler relates his experiences at GP: Oklahoma City, selling to dealers, trading on the floor, and writing for Wizards’ official coverage team.
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?
Knowing when to sell an investment can be one of the toughest aspects of MTG finance. Sigmund breaks down his selling strategy, using fundamental concepts from Economics 101.