Now that Glenn Beck has convinced you to buy gold, he has a new directive: Sell all your stuff. Prices are going up, he said last night, and a study shows that the average American has $25,000 worth of things they're not using, Mediaite reports. So sell it, and then "use that money wisely," he begged. "Invest it. Invest it in food storage. Have the extra on hand." To prove that he's serious, he will be selling off his own unused stuff, but apparently he already has enough "extra on hand," because he's donating his proceeds to a "very special cause."
How might you go about selling your stuff? "You can use whatever you want. You can sell it on eBay or Craigslist or whatever," he recommended. "You could have just a yard sale, that is if the government is still allowing that in your area."