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Podcast 151: ValueMyStuff, Double the Difference

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Today on the Consumerism Commentary Podcast, Bryan J Busch talks with Patrick van der Voorst, founder of ValueMyStuff, and Tom Dziubek speaks with Ralph Pinto from Chase about their participation in the Drive to End Hunger campaign.

Consumerism Commentary Podcast
ValueMyStuff / Chase Double the Difference: S06E21 / 178 and 168


Table of contents

Consumerism Commentary Podcast[00:00] Introduction from Bryan J Busch
[00:41] Interview with Patrick van der Voorst
[00:55] How ValueMyStuff works
[01:44] What are people asking for values of?
[02:23] People appraise things for selling and insurance
[03:04] Why art is considered an investment
[04:54] Comparing other investments to precious metals
[05:36] Patrick’s predictions for values going up
[07:24] Why certain items lose value overnight
[08:58] Valuable works of art as part of a retirement portfolio
[10:34] Older computers and iPods are now collectors’ items
[11:33] How to get the best estimate at
[13:17] Interview with Ralph Pinto
[13:26] Chase’s Drive to End Hunger Campaign with AARP Visa Card
[15:19] Older Americans and food insecurity
[16:05] Success of the AARP Visa Card campaign
[17:07] Chase’s involvement and components
[18:45] Why older Americans donate more to charity
[19:42] Signing up for the AARP Visa Card
[20:28] Making donations directly to the campaign
[21:02] Partnership with AARP and NASCAR
[21:56] End

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Updated June 23, 2016 and originally published March 11, 2012.

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Luke Landes is the founder of Consumerism Commentary. He has been blogging and writing for the internet since 1995 and has been building online communities since 1991. Find out more about Luke Landes and follow him on Twitter. View all articles by .

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avatar 1 qixx

A similar service to this is Priceonomics. They are trying to be the Kelly Blue Book for everything. Wonder how close the art valuations would match up.

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