This week Sigmund discusses how he approaches unloading his inventory for quick profit. His main focus is to sell quickly for efficient turnover, making suggestions on how best to sell and achieve this goal.
Last week, I detailed the method that Kelly and I have used to make hundreds while minimizing our risk. It’s a growing process and we’ve made several mistakes along with plenty of successes. This week, I’ll go over some of our previous purchases, along with some predictions for good cards to pick up.
Corbin Hosler looks back at his Dark Ascension review and examines how his predictions paid off!
Chad reflects on the season, plucking a few winners we should make certain our binders are stocked full of.
Sigmund spends this week discussing an opportunistic approach to acquiring Magic Cards for profit, with insight into his methods. It’s generally a low-risk way to make bank, but sometimes finding the best deals takes some patience and discipline!
The Prediction Tracker is back! Corbin Hosler breaks down what’s been going on behind the scenes and reintroduces you to this incredible and popular feature of Quiet Speculation.
Today’s article is both revolutionary and simple in its premise. It introduces you to a pricing model that sophisticated financial markets use, but the fundamentals are easily understandable. Kelly Reid and I have worked on getting better at what we’re calling The System when we make runs on stores, trade and speculate on the next upcoming cards, and today, we are going to start sharing it with you – our Insiders. We have already made hundreds of dollars on this, but we can’t make all the money there is to be made in this, since we don’t have infinite cash to throw at it. That’s why we’re sharing it.
Corbin Hosler recounts his experiences from Grand Prix Nashville, both on and off the trading floor!
Is your stuff safe from thieves? Look into protecting it with an insurance policy.
After missing a week taking care of his wife and newborn, Sigmund has returned with some new perspective. What is going on with the Legacy format? Has it stagnated? Sigmund polls the readers for their thoughts.
Speculation and market investment in Magic is in its Golden Era right now. We have access to information at a speed that we never had before in Magic. If you’re spying for new tech, you don’t have to wait for a tournament report on the Dojo or read about it a month later in Inquest – you can hustle over to GGSlive and watch Kibler cast Huntmaster of the Fells in real-time. This article is about Magic speculation and price bubbles in what I am calling the “early modern” era.
Chad looks at Business Expenses in the second part of his series on taxes.
Tyler surveys the top 10 non-land Legacy legal cards in Magic, noting a few unsuspected cards fetching high price tags.