SCG Indi was an important week both for Sam and for Magic at large. Check in with Sam here to find out what he learned over the weekend and what lies ahead.
Join Chris Martin, Sam Lowe, and Chris O’Berry as they jump into Throne of Eldraine’s impact on Standard, Modern, and EDH going into release weekend.
Pat makes his timely return with an examination on what he believes are the key cards in Throne of Eldraine Standard, plus some sleeper hits that you may be missing out on.
Magic’s new set has been revealed! Throne of Eldraine, via SDCC. More information to come as the weekend progresses.
It’s been a while since Sig studied pricing trends on new sets. But a few recent observations have caught his attention. This week Sig shares these trends as he learns about the new normal that is Standard MTG finance.
What should you do with your War of the Spark Uncut foil sheet? If you’re asking yourself that question, there’s no wrong answer; but some are certainly better than others.
The series is complete! Here’s the full round table discussion about the recent glut of releases in the past three months. Where do we go from here?
Pat gives us the follow up to his first article on getting started in MTG Finance, with a Commander focused perspective.
This week, Chris reviews the decks of SCG Richmond, the first Standard event since War of the Spark‘s release, and looks ahead to the cards that could be winners going forward.
Kyle breaks down the Mythics from War of the Spark and purchasing strategies he’ll utilize going forward with an MTGO slant.
David takes a good look at the upcoming War of the Spark Standard, and cards that could synergize well with Feather, the Redeemed.
Kyle follows up his article from earlier in the week with the uncommons from RNA. There are only a few of note, but they’re significant as potential speculation opportunities.
So my first two articles had a great amount of feedback from everyone and I honestly appreciate it. A couple comments seemed to come up a few times, though: “What are your specs?” or something similar such as, “Show us some real numbers.” So I figured, why not? I don’t think it will hurt anyone […]