In this week's article, Which Cards Spiked Because of Midnight Hunt?, I discuss notable cards that saw sharp increases in sales and price due to Midnight Hunt. A return to Innistrad is bound to make an impact on tribal creatures, especially Werewolves. Tovolar, Dire Overlord and his Werewolf friends from Midnight Hunt are pushing prices of older Werewolf cards higher. However, Werewolves are not the only cause of recent price spikes
New cards support flashback and Zombies are impacting prices for several cards. I am personally excited to update my Commander decks with Midnight Hunt cards. What are you looking forward to trying out in your format of choice from Midnight Hunt?
The introductory Commander decks released over the past year are great products. I believe they are more playable and appealing than planeswalker deck precons of the past. Some of the cards inside these decks, like Sigarda's Aid and Avenger of Zendikar are powerful and desirable for Commander.
My recent article, MTG Investing: Introductory Commander Decks, covers all of the introductory Commander decks released since Zendikar Rising. I cover card inclusions, current prices, and the potential appreciation for each deck. The introductory Commander decks are great buys for playing, but a few stand out as options for potential profit.
In the future, WotC may phase these precon decks out for higher price point Commander products, as demonstrated with Dungeons & Dragons: Adventures in the Forgotten Realms. The introductory Commander decks may become more expensive as they offer an incredible value for the money.
The past 18 months created opportunities for speculators and investors to earn a profit from selling MTG products. 2022 is looking like a great year for MTG product sales as well. With all of the buzz surrounding MTG, how stable is it really to investment in trading card game products?
My article, Are Sealed Magic Products a Stable Investment?, explores the risks and rewards of investing in MTG products. Investing in physical collectibles is different than a digital exchange of a company's stock or Bitcoin. If you have an interest in trading card game investing or MTG finance, this article is for you.
Magic: The Gathering's first crossover set, Dungeons & Dragons: Adventures in the Forgotten Realms is out in digital and paper form. Upon the release of Forgotten Realms, players immediately gravitated towards Tiamat and Old Gnawbone, driving their prices to around $20.
In my recent article, Top 10 Most Valuable Cards From Forgotten Realms, I review the most expense cards in Forgotten Realms following release weekend. While some of the cards on the list are obvious inclusions, a few may surprise you. One card among the top ten most valuable cards possesses abilities that are found on a desirable Reserved List card. If you enjoy playing Commander, Standard or have an interest in MTG finance, this article is for you!
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