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Tag Archive: #mtgfinance

Feb 14 2017

Wally D.

Reserved List Cards for EDH Commander – Volrath’s Stronghold

Do you know that the best of friends can go weeks or even months without talking and then call one another out of the blue and pick right up where they left off? It’s as if time had never passed. Sure, the conversation can be a bit lengthy since there is a lot of catching …

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Oct 27 2016

Wally D.

Reserved List Cards for EDH Commander #3 – Survival of the Fittest

Hey folks, thank you for joining me on my third installment of adding Reserved List Cards to our EDH collection. I have to be honest with you, I really miss the TCG Low Pricing structure. The new Market Price on TCG seemed like a good idea, but I am finding cards anywhere from $3 to …

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Aug 09 2016

Wally D.

Reserved List Cards for EDH Commander #2 – Yavimaya Hollow

Hey folks, thank you for joining me on my second installment of adding Reserved List Cards to our EDH collection. Holy fireballs, a lot has happened since I published my first finance article a month ago. We have had several more buyouts along with speculation on what cards Craig and Martin Shrekli may be targeting …

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Jul 27 2016

Wally D.

Panic Button – Impulse MTG Reserve List Card Buys for EDH

Supply and Demand can make collectors and players do funny things. With all of the recent MTG Buyouts of Reserved List cards I have been feeling impulsive with my Paypal account as of late. I think my first bead of sweat appeared after watching a card I have coveted for a few years now, Moat, …

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May 14 2014

Wally D.

Solution to the Rising Price of the Modern Format

Hello fellow MTG players and financial consultants. Today’s article is going to start with a serious tone but finish with some light-hearted, far-fetched ideas and solutions. Here is the issue at hand. Wizards of the Coast™ created Modern as a format that is “affordable” for players not interested in Standard and not wanting to invest …

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