All TSP funds are up in March–with the exception of the F fund which remained the same by the end of the month. Despite a wild ride, the big winner for the month and the past twelve months is the TSP’s I fund.
Do you have a plan mapped out for your life after retirement? This retired federal employee did not have a plan but has survived the change with some ups and downs.
The stock market was very volatile in February. What lessons can we learn from this and how do your TSP investments look after this wild ride? Here is a quick analysis.
Many financial advisers said that 2007 would be a volatile year for stocks. No doubt, that part of their prediction was true. Can you stand the volatility when you look at the balance in your TSP accounts?
TSP investors are on a roll with substantial returns extending back over the past several years. Is there any reason for concern about your TSP investments?
The TSP is one of the best retirement plans available compared to the 401(k) plans used by the private sector. The funds have continued to provide a substantial rate of return for investors in January and for the previous 12 months. Here are the latest return rates.
Security notice from the TSP regarding security of TSP accounts and personal investor responsibility.
Will the TSP repay investors who lost money when thieves withdrew money from their TSP accounts? If you are not one of the investors who lost money, do you even care?
TSP participants generally like the TSP program and many think there should be more investment options.
TSP investors should be happy as all funds come out ahead in 2006–and some come out way ahead!