Navigating the different fee structures for selling cards on each online marketplace can get complicated. David breaks down the numbers to see which service offers the best value.
A year after his first foray selling on TCGplayer, David is wiser and more informed on the process. He breaks down his year-end review and shares the lessons learned.
There are many ways to sell or trade your cards, and Adam explains the multi-faceted strategy he is using to clean up his collection and cash out.
After starting his TCGplayer seller account in January, David has learned a lot about selling on the platform. He shares lessons learned on how to make the best of the service.
This is a sad day for Quiet Speculation.
DJ breaks down some of the top selling and buying experiences he had at 2017’s GP Vegas.
David finally pulled the trigger and opened a TCGplayer seller account. He walks us through the basic steps and considerations to take when beginning to sell on TCG.
Welcome back! As most of my regular readers are aware, I sell a decent number of singles on TCGplayer.com. I vastly prefer the customer support and locally-owned business aspect of TCGplayer over eBay (I live an hour away from their headquarters, and it’s a pretty sweet place), and I have several close friends who are […]
DJ’s here to discuss some of the worst moves he made in MTG finance this year – learning from our mistakes is a great way to improve!
DJ lays out the profit margins one can expect in MTG finance, plus offers some comparison with other hobbies.
For any given single, TCG Player suggests other cards for purchase that may be related. D.J. explains how this can be a valuable source of information for speculators.
TCG Player recently made a buylist feature available to its stores. David compares the new option to more traditional buylist prices and speculates on the effect on the market.
Selling a large collection doesn’t have to be hard. Steve breaks down the best ways to balance value and opportunity cost when moving thousands of cards at once.