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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. Determine your expected earnings and how you will receive them. Figure out what form your earnings will be in. There are many ways to get them back. These include rent, dividends, and interest. Some types like real estate and stocks can earn and grow in value. Figure out what the potential of your investment is over time.
3 Popular Attractions In Oregon
- Smith Rock: State park in Terrebonne, Oregon.
- Haystack Rock: Rock on the Oregon Pacific coastline, located in Cannon Beach, Oregon.
- The state park system has 159 yurts located in 19 parks. Yurts are a circular domed tent suitable for camping.
- At 11,239 feet Mount Hood stands as the tallest peak in Oregon. Mount Hood is a dormant volcano.
- If you happen to be travelling to Oregon then you will definitely like the fact that they don’t charge any sales tax on their products. It’s among the only five states which do this (the other 4 are Alaska, New Hampshire, Delaware and Montana).
- The overall Portland Metropolitan area,(includingClark and Skamania counties in Washington) has grown almost 50 percent in the last quarter-century to 2.3 million people. 65%of this growth was attributed to people moving here.
|State of Oregon|
The Beaver State
Alis volat propriis
(English: She flies with her own wings)
|Anthem: Oregon, My Oregon|
|Before statehood||Oregon Territory|
|Admitted to the Union||February 14, 1859 (33rd)|
|Largest metro and urban areas||Portland|
|•Governor||Kate Brown (D)|
|•Secretary of State||Shemia Fagan (D)|
|•Upper house||State Senate|
|•Lower house||House of Representatives|
|Judiciary||Oregon Supreme Court|
|U.S. senators||Ron Wyden (D)
Jeff Merkley (D)
|U.S. House delegation||4 Democrats
1 Republican (list)
|•Water||2,384sqmi (6,177km2) 2.4%|
|•Median household income||$60,212|
|•Official language||De jure: none
De facto: Pacific Northwest English
|most of state||UTC−08:00 (Pacific)|
|•Summer (DST)||UTC−07:00 (PDT)|
|majority of Malheur County||UTC−07:00 (Mountain)|
|•Summer (DST)||UTC−06:00 (MDT)|
|ISO 3166 code||US-OR|
|Latitude||42° N to 46°18′ N|
|Longitude||116°28′ W to 124°38′ W|
Oregon is a state of adventurous landscapes. From the coast to the mountains and the Oregon high desert, vacations to the state traverse all types of terrain. This multitude of things to do and places to visit can make planning a getaway overwhelming until you have a full picture of everything Oregon has to offer.
A few beautiful places in Oregon include an ancient lake created by a volcanic eruption, a luscious gorge streaming with waterfalls, and several impressive sea stacks jutting out of the ocean. These scenic attractions are spread throughout the state, leading to memorable road trips and excursions.
In addition to its natural beauty, Oregon is equally known for its urban charms. The state's largest city, Portland, has an international reputation for drawing tourists with an offbeat and welcoming culture. The city's sightseeing gems range from rose gardens to art museums and an immense bookshop. And this cultural capital is only one of many of the best cities in Oregon.
Plan your summer or winter trip to Oregon with our list of the top attractions and places to visit.