In my latest video I talk about some specific card investments that will put you in good stead for the upcoming changes to the rewards system. These assets will not only have increased utility down the road but they will also help you gain extra rewards on a daily basis.
Neutral cards are a great way for both beginners and adept players to stack those w's because with the exception of the taking sides ruleset where no neutrals can be played, these cards have far greater application than the majority of other Splinterlands cards for the simple reason that they are not splinter specific and can be played whenever you enter the battlefield. For that reason, other than summoners, theses could be some of the most important cards within the Splinterverse. And right now may be one of the best times to purchase these cards as the card market has taken a dive recently and some of them can be picked up for mere peanuts.
We also know that with the latest daily focuses reward update, the way that these focuses will be structured will be changing in the not too distant future.
One question I would like you to ask yourselves is, how could the Splinterlands team make card and rental prices increase? The simplest change here is the most obvious. If the daily focuses are changed and instead of a player being able to rent out just one splinter of cards for the day, why not make the daily focuses ability specific as this would essentially force players to purchase or rent more cards, which would obviously bring more value to both cards and rentals and we'd likely see a hike in card prices as a result.
I'd like to introduce you to a fantastic tool which some of you may or may not know which will help you find these undervalued cards. I'll leave the linkage for this in the video description below.
Here we have Summoners Lab, and we can hit the explore button at the top and then select neutral, personally i'll be playing modern mostly so i'm just going to look for chaos legion, untamed and dice cards. So lets go ahead and select those filters too. You can also choose the league you will be playing in the most here too.
Now that we've done this, we can hit the seven day percentage column and this is going to short list all of the cards with the largest reduction in price over the past 7 days. You can make a mental note of these or jot them down so that you remember them.
Now that we know the cards that are undervalued, we can go to the cards menu at the top, put in the same filters that we used on the explore page, and then also sort by win rate, and now we have considered the two most important variables. The cards with the highest win rate and also the cards which have dropped substantially in value over the past 7 days. This has allowed us to pinpoint the exact cards which are currently the most undervalued.
A handy tip for those new to the Splinterverse, the best time to purchase these undervalued assets is usually towards the end of the season when there is an influx of cards hitting the market from all the rewards players have accumulated. You'll notice if you look at Summoners Lab, there will be a decrease in card prices around this time.
So now that we have jotted this information down, we're going to head over to Peakmonsters. I prefer to use Peakmonsters than any other card market, because if we're making larger purchases, we're going to receive the PKM token as a bonus where we can redeem portions of the fee's paid from the card market. If you want a detailed analysis of the PKM token, I have a video which you can check out about that too which I'll also leave a link for below. But essentially if we are making larger card purchases, we're going to get something back for it.
Just as a side note, unless you're planning on purchasing chaos legion packs, which means that it doesn't matter if DEC increases or decreases in value because it's pegged to chaos legion boosters. I probably wouldn't risk holding huge amounts of DEC at the moment for an extended period of time because we'll likely see some selling pressure as we progress closer to the airdrop end where individuals will be swapping their DEC tokens for others that have a more stable price action.
So now you can go through the cards that you jotted down and either put bids on them or purchase them in bulk.
You're now a master at finding cards that have great win rates whilst also being incredibly undervalued. I hope you've found this useful and if you have i'd love for you to consider subscribing so you can keep up to date with all my latest Splinterlands content.
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