Sig is planning on attending a Magic Fest next month, where he hopes to sell cards to vendors. But one can’t just jump in blindly and expect to maximize value. This week Sig shares three helpful tips to help you prepare for selling to vendors.
Have you ever stopped to think about how much time you actually spend on MTG Finance on a weekly basis? This week Sig considers this and makes some personal commitments on how he’ll strategically cut back.
Last week, alleged Modern Horizons leaks led to a spike in Flusterstorm. This sparked controversy within the community, with much of the blame falling upon “MTG finance”. This week Sig examines the history of MTG finance and shares his stance on how it does (or doesn’t) impact card prices.
Adam finally finished buylisting the collections he bought last month. Along the way he learned a lot about making the process efficient and profitable, which he shares today.
In stock market investing, “Alpha” and “Beta” are concepts used to describe risk. Sig explains the terms and how they can be applied towards smarter investing in MTG finance.
Is it worth buying cards as a third-party for people across the Atlantic from you? Niels breaks it down for us.
Did you ever think that maybe you should be getting paid for some of the Magic busy work you do for free? Morgan’s got some tips for just that issue.
Niels takes a closer look at EDHREC.
DJ’s back to discuss some of the finer points of picking bulk at the highest speed possible.
Niels addresses a moral dilemma he recently ran into during a collection purchase.
In response to a reader question, DJ goes through the process of buying a collection from start to finish.
Ever wonder how someone might organize a collection with tens of thousands of cards? Niels walks us through his process today.
Operating costs eat into profit margins, and they’re often grossly underestimated by new business owners. David breaks down some hypothetical numbers for an LGS.