Malcolm guides us through the finer points of listing non-English cards on TCGPlayer, and what factors sellers should consider when pricing foreign cards on the platform.
This week, David takes us through some of the finer points of selling a large collection, and what you as a seller should know before approaching a buyer.
Get ready to hit those bulk boxes. David breaks down TCGPlayer’s new $5 minimum rule, and what it could mean vendors and buylist prices in the very near future.
With the advent of TCGplayer opening up to anyone who wants to own an online store without a brick-and-mortar location, numerous people have opened started Magic card businesses out of their apartments/dorm rooms/homes. However, many of us, myself included, do not have any formal business training. That being said, I’ve worked for various companies since graduating from […]
Several stores online have begun charging sales tax on Magic singles, with major implications for speculators. Christopher discusses his strategy to address the cost increase.
Eddie presents the latest price movements and advises on what to hold, what to get rid of, and the reasoning behind it.
There’s been concern over the market’s health lately, but is a correction really bad for the market? Sig explores why panicking is not the best strategy in this environment.
At Gencon last weekend, Sig had the opportunity to profit from an Insider tip about a store’s booth. The result caused Sig to reconsider how he approaches some of his buying.
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.
Eddie’s back with another edition of Hold ‘Em and Fold ‘Em. It’s a Spirits and Dragons kind of week!
Thank you to everyone for all the feedback on my first article. I hope this one is even better. I originally drafted this article on Thursday, July 12 and wanted to get this out to you before the weekend. Now we’ve seen two copies of Sneak & Show in the top of SCG Worcester. But […]
Today Adam uses TCGplayer’s ability to sort sets in order of best-selling to identify what reserved list cards are selling and might be due for a spike.
Cards spiking creates opportunity to quickly flip cards for a profit, and today Adam explains how he does it.