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Buylisting is an integral part of Magic finance, and today Adam examines the basics of the process.
Brian’s got a few pro tips on how to make the best trades by preparing in advance.
Brian proposes that there are two types of cards in Magic. Understanding the difference between the two is a great way to level up your trading practices.
Adam recounts his experience at Grand Prix Indianapolis, where his first time at the trade table in years brought him into contact with a binder full of counterfeit cards…
Welcome back, readers! On December 27, Channel Fireball released information on their upcoming GPs. Hidden way at the bottom of the annoucnement was an updated trading policy that has set off a firestorm in many Magic trading/selling groups on Facebook. The new policy can be seen below: The highlighted part is the change. The most […]
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.
An inside view on sharking part 2.
An inside view on sharking.
DJ covers some of the biggest increases over the twelve months of 2016.
Trading, much like direct speculating, can be done in different ways depending on your goals. Brian shares three distinct types of trade he engaged in at GP Dallas.
In trading as elsewhere, your reputation precedes you. Cultivating a positive image among trading partners will have a significant impact on the deals you can make.
The casual market is often misunderstood by more tournament-oriented players and financiers. Niels offers a glimpse into the mind of the casual player.