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Make sure that any money you invest is done so with a specific goal in mind. If you just want to preserve capital and beat inflation a little, stick with money markets and bonds. If you are saving for retirement far in advance, look for growth stocks. If you want income streams, look for dividend stocks and real estate income trusts. Keep in mind that there are investment opportunities past just traditional stocks and bonds. Commodities are an asset class with both risks and rewards but can provide hedges against inflation. Also look at real estate income trusts to invest into the real estate market without being tied to individual pieces of property.
3 Popular Attractions In Louisiana
- Aquarium of the Americas: Aquarium in New Orleans, Louisiana.
- Myrtles Plantation: Historic plantation and bed & breakfast in St. Francisville, Louisiana.
- Louisiana was named in honor of King Louis XIV.
- In 1803 the United States paid France $15 million for the Louisiana Territory. 828,000 square miles of land west of the Mississippi River. The lands acquired stretched from the Mississippi River to the Rocky Mountains and from the Gulf of Mexico to the Canadian border. Thirteen states were carved from the Louisiana Territory. The Louisiana Purchase nearly doubled the size of the United States.
- Rayne is known as the “The Frog Capital of the World”.
- Masks are mandatory on New Orleans Mardi Gras floats.
- 25% of the United States’ fish species live in the Mississippi River.
|Club||Sport||League||Venue (capacity)||Founded||Titles||Record attendance|
|New Orleans Saints||American football||NFL||Caesars Superdome (73,208)||1967||1||73,373|
|New Orleans Pelicans||Basketball||NBA||Smoothie King Center (16,867)||2002||0||18,444|
|New Orleans Jesters||Soccer||NPSL||Pan American Stadium (5,000)||2003||0||5,000|
Louisiana is a state in the southeastern region of the United States. The capital is Baton Rouge and its largest city is New Orleans. It is bordered by Arkansas to the north, Mississippi to the east, Texas to the west, and the Gulf of Mexico to the south.