People often talk about the importance of saving money and having a “rainy day fund” available in case things turn for the worse. Many preppers even take it a step further to ensure they have a stockpile of things available for their family in case of a disaster. However, people forget to think of storing items that may be useful for barter.
During an economic meltdown, your savings account will be less valuable then the items you have laying around in your house. The dollar will be little to no value and you’ll have to turn to your stockpile for survival.
This is when you realize that you can’t possibly store everything you need for every survival situation. There will be certain things that you will need to barter for. This is why it’s very important to ensure that your stockpile has things that can be used for bartering. Storing items like bullets, alcohol, and sugar can help you trade for things that you may have forgot to store or ran out of.
The following article provide a list 16 things you should consider storing in your stockpile for bartering. Click the link below to read the article.