A diversified portfolio of small and larger company stock (as well as bonds) will provide investors with a diversified portfolio that may provide more potential for financial security than investing in just one fund.
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November was generally good for TSP fund investors with the S fund leading all others.
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The TSP’s C fund has been good to investors for two months in a row with a postive return of about 5.7% in November.
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The stock market rebound in October 2002 is reflected in the results of the C fund. The F fund turned down slightly in response to pressure in the bond market.
Several readers have asked FedSmith.com about the risks of investing in bonds. Our advice: Investing in a bond fund is necessary to have a diversified investment portfolio.