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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. Diversify your portfolio as much as possible. You do not want to have all of your investment funds in only one type of investment. Spread them out over stocks, real estate, and other investments in order to protect yourself should something bad happen in one area of the investment market.
3 Popular Attractions In Maryland
- Deep Creek Lake: Man-made lake in western Maryland.
- American Visionary Art Museum: Art museum in Baltimore, Maryland.
- During revolutionary times Rockville was known as Hungerford’s Tavern the name of its most familiar landmark. One of the first calls to freedom from British rule was heard at the tavern in 1774.
- The town of Garrett Park declared the first nuclear free zone in the United States in 1982, thus affirming a tradition of peacefulness that began back in 1898 when it became illegal to harm any tree or songbird within the town limits.
- The first umbrella factory in the United States was established in Baltimore in 1828.
- In 1904, downtown Baltimore was almost destroyed by a huge fire with damages estimated at $150 million.
- Thurgood Marshall, the 1st African American Supreme Court Justice was born in Baltimore.
Largest cities or towns in Maryland
2020 U.S. Census populations
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Top 14 Tourist Attractions and Beautiful Places in Frederick – Travel Maryland:
Historic Downtown Frederick, National Museum of Civil War Medicine, Baker Park, Carrol Creek Linear Park, Monocacy National Battlefield, Harry Grove Stadium, Roads and Rails Museum, Community Bridge Mural, Weinberg Center for the Arts, Rose Hill Manor Park & Museums, Summers Farm Adventure, The Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center, Evangelical Lutheran Church, Barbara Fritchie House and Museum