Chaz here, and I'll be taking over a familiar segment presented formerly by Ryan Overturf. I wanted to bring these updates back on a semi-regular basis and quickly update Insiders about market movement and specific card choices - and explore why!
For this update, I'll be focusing on Replenish. A Reserved List card which has shown steady growth dating back to 2012. With the newly released card from Hour of Devastation: Solemnity, there seems to be renewed interest in this card. This was mentioned in discussions when the card was revealed on the Insider Discord, and stated as a card that players would likely eye after the initial hyped cards such as Glacial Chasm subsided somewhat. While Solemnity has attributed to renewed interest, we do have to take into account it's long-standing success in EDH/Commander.
While only boasting just north of 2800 recorded, the card can almost be inserted into any White deck, and more so when built around specific cards/Commanders.
Let's also look at the trend via MTGStocks:
Looking at the supply through the internet - it seems the overall copies have been steadily decreasing (not just foils) in the United States. Across International markets (MagicCardMarket for example) there is slightly more supply, but not much. There's still a disparity between pricing, enough to try and purchase some reasonably costed copies.
For those of you who know me and my stance on Reserved List cards- I normally don't like calling attention to them. At the same time, the movement can't be ignored and I try very hard not to do a disservice to Insiders. Treat this as a heads up for folks reading this and subscribed to be aware and able to purchase personal copies before the price increases further. Additionally for those more bold - foil copies have nearly diminished supply over the retail sites accross the internet, and it will likely be extremely hard to purchase. Especially Near Mint copies.
I do hope this update helps, and folks use this opportunity - it's always hard for me to highlight cards on the Reserved List.