So I speculated on this card last week when it was sitting at 2.33, at it's lowest current value it's sitting at 8.50 I predicted 10.00 If you picked up a hundred of these last week you would have made 617 dollars from a 233 dollar investment
>children's card game
i don't expect to make money off the neckbeards when I go to the local shop to play every Friday night, I just budget off a certain amount of money as write it off as gone with no return in sight except the return of smiles and crushed skulls xD
Anon is right, stop fucking shilling, you also forget that shops will undercut you even if speculation is correct. if it rises to $10 shops will offer you $6-8 per each one, to truly make a profit like you said you would have to barter with fucking neck beards, and who wants to fucking interact with neckbeards.
The MTG meta is way too unpredictable and volatile.
One overposwered card from the next set could absolutely wreck the prices of a ton of other decently valued cards. The second those cards appear on the MTG salvation spoilers site, panic ensues across basements and FNM dens everywhere for weeks
Tarmagoyf could halve in value overnight one day
>MFW I bought the whole deck.
>Just flipped it for double.
>have made over 4K in the last year predicting this market that I am a very active part of
>beat my stocks by a very huge margin
The problem is that deals like Eldrazi don't come along very often. There were 70 Eldrazi Mimics for sale on Facebook groups and I could've bought them for roughly 80 dollars, flipped them for 400$ buylist about 2 weeks later. But most speculations won't turn out like that. If you had an inside track on the Pro Tour testing, now that would be a great position.
I have a card that is called black sausage.
It deals 6 damage and has 9 defense.
It has a white and black land cost of 4 whites and 5 blacks.
I'm pretty proud of it.
Don't be jelly