Should TSP investors move out of stocks to preserve their retirement funds? This article examines the primary arguments.
Stock funds in the TSP are down in February
The TSP G fund will be used as one way to help the government remain solvent until a new debt ceiling is passed.
Stocks down, bonds up for December. F fund has best return for TSP investors
Large numbers of feds are eligible to retire. DHS is no exception
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.
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.
The Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board says that problems with the new system prevent it from implementing a new record keeping system
TSP investors are changing how they invest their retirement funds in this bear market. Many are also changing their retirement plans.
The C Fund is down about 18% for the past twelve months but turned positive for August 2002.