Louisiana District Attorneys Association Retirement System, Baton Rouge, is considering adding alternative investments to its asset allocation, said Ed Ware, chairman of the board. The $172 million plan's equity allocation is expected to exceed the 65% maximum allocation set by the state because of its performance, he said. The board, in conjunction with consultant Rushmore Investment Advisors, is looking at alternatives to traditional fixed-income investments to invest the excess. Real estate has been discussed as one option, but the board will continue exploring other possibilities, Mr. Ware said. The board will discuss the matter further at its Nov. 16 meeting.