"If you don't know enough about something to develop an opinion naturally, make one up and defend it to the death." Check out this fun satirical article from Chas Andres!
Chas tells you how you can use social media like Reddit and Twitter to keep up with Magic finance trends, providing a long list of people you should follow on Twitter and why.
In this week's article, Chas Andres writes about the possible financial ramifications of the large and significant events being taken down indefinitely on Magic Online.
Chas goes back to one of his favorite structural gimmicks and shares one hundred thoughts on his mind with you today, mostly about Magic finance and the game at large.
This week Magic finance guru Chas Andres tells you about the Innistrad block cards you should be looking to pick up right now if you're serious about playing Modern or Legacy.
Chas looks at developing market trends in anticipation of the release of the Commander 2013 decks, and picks his winners (and sleepers!) for the set - what potential Legacy playables should you pick up at the ground floor price?
Chas Andres writes about the effect that Pro Tour Theros has had on Magic finance, his thoughts on the cards in Commander 2013 revealed thus far, and updates to his spec portfolio.
Chas digs into and explores the slow grind of dealing with bulk cards by the boxload, trying to extract maximum value from a random thousand-count box to analyze the profit of spending time to make money via bulk cards.
Chas Andres looks at the price terrain for Standard in the wake of the first week of tournament results. Which cards are rising stars, and which ones have lost ground?
Is there any rhyme or reason to what becomes a casual hit? Should you be looking for the next Asceticism in Theros or waiting until rotation? Chas Andres investigates.
Chas concludes his financial review of Theros with his thoughts about the mythics in the set and provides an update about his ongoing spec portfolio. Check it out!
Check out the second part of Chas Andres' financial review of Theros, which picks up where he left off on Monday and covers the green, gold, artifact, and land rares!
Chas looks at the spoiled rares of Theros and tries to ask the right questions about how likely they are to become players in Standard, starting with white, blue, black, and red.
Chas explains why he uses dynamic predictions when reviewing cards from new sets, shares his thoughts about the Gods of Theros, and provides an update on his spec portfolio.
If you want to start hitting up larger events but are intimidated or don't know where to begin, check out Chas' primer on buying, selling, and trading at large events.
In this article, Chas puts together a $1,000 spec portfolio. At the end of his articles over the next few months, he'll look in on the portfolio and see how well he's doing.
Chas shares a finance article he came across that he's found quite useful, Ten Investment Rules to Live By, and includes his own thoughts on how it applies to Magic finance.
Chas analyzes the latest From the Vault product, From the Vault: Twenty, and shares the cards he would have picked for each year. Let him know what you think in the comments!
This week Chas looks back on all three of his Return to Ravnica block set reviews and sees where he went right and where he screwed up so he can learn from his mistakes.
Chas talks about the two latest limited release products—the Comic-Con walkers and From the Vault: Twenty—as well as the first week of M14 results and Theros teases.