100 Items To Disappear First In A Panic

100 Items To Disappear First In A Panic Books / Information – Boy Scout Handbook, survival guide books Bugging Out / Relocation – backpack and duffel bag Business / Employment – barter supplies (candy, chewing gum, etc.) Business / Employment – barter supplies (cigarettes, liquors, wines, etc.) Clothing – basic (hat, neckerchief, t shirt, socks, underwear, etc.) Clothing […]

Top 20 SHTF Barter Items

Top 20 SHTF Barter Items, by Tin Hat Ranch, If people ever lose “faith” in the dollar other items will instantly take their place, Click post title to read more…

40 Items to Barter in a Post-Collapse World

40 Items to Barter in a Post-Collapse World, by Backdoor Survival, In preparedness circles, the term barter is used a lot when describing a post SHTF situation when goods and services may no longer be available through normal channels. Click post title to read more…

Top Three Barter Websites

I want to tell you how to get almost anything you can imagine and not pay a dime for it. I’m talking about old-time horse-trading… creative deal-making… in a word, bartering. Barter is an essential skill for weathering a disruption to the economy, to society, or to essential services when cash (or access to it) […]

Things to Stockpile with High Barter Value

Soap. Bars of soap, and even those little cleaning napkins/wipes that you get at the BBQ restaurants could be very valuable in a SHTF scenario. Bullets. Obviously, it’s a good idea to have a decent store of ammo representing all calibers of the weapons you own. However, it is also a good idea to store […]

Top Post-Collapse Barter Items and Trade Skills

Top Post-Collapse Barter Items And Trade Skills By Brandon Smith , June 09, 2011 The concept of private barter and alternative economies has been so far removed from our daily existence here in America that the very idea of participating in commerce without the use of dollars or without the inclusion of corporate chains seems […]

Barter / Underground Economy

The Rise of the Underground Economy and How to Function in It By Lee Bellinger, Publisher Independent Living, August 10, 2010 As the government tightens its grip over the economy, more and more private transactions between U.S. citizens will slip between Uncle Sam’s fingers. I am, of course, referring to the growth of the so-called […]

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