Data is the best way to figure out a trend, so today Chas Andres answers the question of how prerelease foils have been valued as they have changed over time by digging deep into the data and slicing it as thin as it takes until he gets his answer.
Magic finance is a complicated thing, especially once we start getting into premium products with small printings. That makes judge foils some of the most difficult items to price - but also some of the most lucrative cards to invest in for the savvy speculator.
While it may sound as if we are in the summer doldrums as we await Battle for Zendikar spoilers, now is actually the perfect time to pick up Khans Block and Magic Origins staples while the price is right!
Chas Andres returns with an examination of what is worth picking up from Theros Block and Magic 2015 as it prepares to rotate out of Standard.
With the full set spoiler out, Ben wraps up his Daily Financial Value series with the last two rares a complete look at the set's commons and uncommons that will be worth picking up in foil!
On this next-to-last day before the full Magic Origins spoiler hits us, we have all sixteen mythics and all but two rares - Ben's got the latest update inside as well as a breakdown of the expected value of Origins boxes!
The spoiler for Magic Origins is getting pretty complete, and Ben shares his thoughts about how he expects the set's price trajectory to differ from prior Core Sets' as well as price analyses for the individual cards added since yesterday's update.
A few new key spoilers today, as well as an announcement from WotC adjusting the number of rares and mythics printed in Magic Origins!
In his last article before a brief hiatus to go get married, Chas Andres takes an in-depth look at what we know about Magic Origins so far and what can be expected of its rares and mythics.
We're just a few days away from (probably) having the full Magic Origins spoiler, but as of today's update we know all but one Mythic and all but twenty Rares - check out Ben's analysis of everything we learned over this weekend!
Goblin Piledriver! We get three months of Piledriver + Rabblemaster in Standard, and forever in Modern. That shakes things up considerably for Magic Origins, don't you think?
We saw a whole lot of cards spoiled last night, including some key reprints as well as the last of the five flip-Planeswalkers, Chandra, Fire of Kaladesh!
It's always a good day when a card named Jace gets spoiled, and today proves to be no exception to that rule. About a quarter of the rares and half the mythics have been spoiled - and Ben adds a note about the distribution allotment of Magic Origins.
With spoiler season for Magic Origins finally in full swing, Ben Bleiweiss is here to analyze the financial prospects of the set’s rares and mythics as they are officially spoiled – today’s update includes a card that shares an awful lot in common with one of the Power Nine!
With several high-profile cards spiking in recent weeks, Chas takes a broader look at the price behaviors we've seen recently to determine what they say about our broader market structures as a whole.
With spoiler season for Magic Origins finally in full swing, Ben Bleiweiss is here to share his thoughts on all of the rares and mythics officially spoiled to date, including three of the set's iconic flip-Planeswalkers!
Chas looks back at his predictions for Dragons of Tarkir now that the cards have had a chance to flourish in Standard and Modern. How well did his predictions hold up, and what lessons (if any) should be taken away from the experience?
Chas takes us for a step into the Wayback Machine this week as he returns to the land of Ravnica for an in-depth look at the value to be found in that much-beloved block's third expansion, Dissension.