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.
Over the years Brian has developed a system for organizing his collection to facilitate effective trading. He explains the system and the logic behind it.
Why target the same cards as everybody else? Finding a specific niche tailored to your strengths in the Magic market will let you enjoy a distinct lack of competition.
Tarkan explains how you can help subsidize your MTG investments utilizing other people’s money.
PucaTrade has revolutionized trading for thousands of Magic players. In his first article for Quiet Speculation, Steve outlines the basics you’ll need to know to get your feet wet with the service.
Mike Bajorek discusses the importance of communication with your customers. The impression your words leave will have far-reaching effects, so it’s important to get it right every time.
Mike Bajorek discusses how to meet your customers where they are–appealing to their particular way of understanding and viewing Magic.
Brian DeMars has noticed an interesting trend in foils he picked up to play with–they tended to jump in price, even though he wasn’t trying to profit off of them. He asks what they have in common.
In his first article in over two years, Jared Elick discusses an essential topic for any dealer or serious trader–your rapport with the customer and the community.
This week Mike Bajorek discusses trading away your alerted cards, and the techniques that will ensure you get the most value from your work.