What are some things to consider when thinking about liquidating your valuables? To liquidate something means to take a non-spendable
form of value, and convert it into a spendable and / or more stable form.
Why stable? Because owning coins, like any other valuable, is a speculation. For
example airline stocks are worth less than they were a year ago; houses are worth more.
To determine the best course of action consider these questions:
Do I still enjoy owning these items?
Am I an active collector?
Do they give me a feeling of financial security, or a pride of ownership?
Do I have a place to safely store my valuables?
Do I need to un-clutter my house?
Do I need to simplify and unclutter my mind?
Do I prefer the money in my hand?
Would I rather own something else instead of these coins?
Do I need the money?
Is there something good and/or important that I can do with the money?