Sig’s focus at Magic 30 was talking to vendors, but he did manage to play in two side events that weekend. This week he shares brief reports of both events.
Today Sig launches a series of Magic 30 post-event coverage articles, starting with overall takeaways from the convention, and teasers of many topics to come.
Tony visited another LGS this past weekend to try out a format and deck he’s never played before. Check it out and see if Budget Vintage might be for you!
His timing isn’t perfect, but Sig feels ready to finally cut back on his collection. This week he shares the four main reasons for this decision.
Sig has been researching card prices to prepare for Magic 30. This week he shares a few insights and explains why he already shipped some cards to buylists.
The Magic 30 celebration is approaching! Sig shares his plans to maximize the event and provide the best coverage he can to the Quiet Speculation community.
Sig investigates eBay’s new vault service and its market implications. What does this service mean for the future of Magic investing?
This week Isaac breaks down the most powerful Control deck of all time. what lessons from Keeper, AKA The Deck can we bring to our Commander builds?
With his LGS holding an upcoming 15-proxy Vintage tournament, Paul is looking to the history of the original Magic format for ideas on what to play.
Wizards just announced a swath of exciting bans hitting Historic, Pioneer, Modern, Legacy, and Vintage. Today, Joe takes a look at the bannings, celebrates Oko finally leaving Legacy, and discusses what these bans could mean for the MTG Finance world.
With COVID-19 halting paper events, vendors need to find alternate ways of restocking cards. Star City Games and ChannelFireball have been touting their buylist pretty hard lately. But can their prices compete with Card Kingdom and ABUGames? This week Sig investigates!
The COVID-19 government checks are providing cash to players itching to buy Magic cards. But Sig believes Ikoria may the greatest catalysts for MTG finance in quite some time. This week he touches on the numerous formats impacted by this set.
Ikoria has changed Magic as we know it with its Companion cards – and it’s importance for the market can not be understated.