G Fund $16.3132 $0.0008 2.01%
F Fund $19.6451 -$0.0138 8.28%
C Fund $45.5405 $0.3554 26.67%
S Fund $54.1439 $0.3391 23.12%
I Fund $31.7107 $0.2422 18.71%
L 2050 $21.8305 $0.1329 19.75%
L 2040 $37.4371 $0.2005 17.57%
L 2030 $34.0838 $0.1535 15.00%
L 2020 $28.9898 $0.0560 8.20%
L Income $20.9871 $0.0336 6.59%
TSP and Market News
FRTIB Moving Forward with I Fund Change
Despite political pressure to do otherwise, the FRTIB is moving forward with a change to the I Fund that will add more investments in Chinese companies.
Does Political Drama in Washington Impact Your Federal Retirement?
Political drama can cause shifts in the stock market. Should this cause federal employees to worry about their retirement savings?
Inflation and its Impact on your Federal Retirement
Federal retirees receive COLAs on their annuities to help offset inflation, but are there any similar options with your TSP account?
Why the F Fund is the Rodney Dangerfield of the TSP
The F Fund is an often forgotten investment option in the TSP. The author describes how it might fit into your portfolio.
Another Bill Introduced to Try to Stop TSP Investments in China
Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) is stepping up his efforts to try to stop changes to the TSP's I Fund.
Goldman sees the economy surprising in 2020 and these stocks benefiting most from the rebound
Goldman believes the U.S. economy is poised to snap back and certain stocks could have the most upside from the economic recovery.
Majority of Americans would try banking with big tech, Bain report says
Americans are increasingly comfortable ditching traditional banks for big tech, according to a new Bain report.
2020 could be the year everything changes for people with student debt
Presidential campaign proposals and recently introduced legislation aim to rewrite the rules around student loan interest, repayment and refinancing.
Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: Fitbit, Xerox, Ford, Five Below, TripAdvisor & more
Names on the move ahead of the open.
The S&P 500 is up nearly 25% in 2019, and history shows the momentum could carry over to next year
When the S&P 500 finishes a year 25% higher, the market usually has more room to run the following year.