Re: 9 year graph (smoothed, 20 day moving avg) of S, C, I, F funds, 250 market days per year


Jan 4

 


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#42440 Jan 4

I will post a two and 1 year graph soon, and leave out F fund from the next.I think of the G fund as a box full of cash, under the bed, doing nothing, so leave that out also as it would be practically a straight, FLAT line on the bottom

(anyone of you could also do this, hint hint, it is easy and can be done during lunch, hint hint)



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#42441 Jan 4

I think of the G fund as a box full of cash, under the bed, doingnothing, so leave that out also as it would be practically a straight,FLAT line on the bottom

When inflation was high, the G fund was returning 15-20% yearly.�� (1970s-80s)



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#42464 Jan 4

Sarah - I don't think the G fund has ever paid over 10% per year.�� Am I missing something??



G Fund��-��Government Securities��fund. These are unique government securities not available to the general public and are backed by the full faith and credit of the US Government. The G Fund was the initial fund established by the TSP when it began operations on April 1, 1987.





YEAR Real GDP Growth Federal Funds Rate G Fund F Fund C Fund S Fund I Fund G��Began 1987 3.20% 6.66% 8.73% 2.29% 5.23% -8.80% 24.64% FC added 1988 4.10% 7.57% 8.81% 7.58% 16.60% 25.02% 28.26% 1989 3.60% 9.21% 8.81% 13.89% 31.03% 16.26% 10.53% 1990 1.90% 8.10% 8.90% 8.00% -3.15% -19.48% -23.45% Allocationrestrictions lifted 1991 -0.2 5.69% 8.15% 15.75% 30.77% 46.04% 12.14% 1992 3.40% 3.52% 7.23% 7.20% 7.70% 18.41% -12.18% 1993 2.90% 3.02% 6.14% 9.52% 10.13% 18.88% 32.57% 1994 4.10% 4.21% 7.22% -2.96% 1.33% -1.82% 7.78% 1995 2.50% 5.83% 7.03% 18.31% 37.41% 28.45% 11.21% 1996 3.70% 5.30% 6.76% 3.66% 22.85% 16.49% 6.05% 1997 4.50% 5.46% 6.77% 9.60% 33.17% 22.36% 1.78% 1998 4.40% 5.35% 5.74% 8.70% 28.44% -2.55% 20.00% 1999 4.80% 4.97% 5.99% -0.85% 20.95% 21.26% 26.96% 2000 4.10% 6.24% 6.42% 11.67% -9.14% -3.02% -14.17% 2001 1.10% 3.88% 5.39% 8.61% -11.94% -9.04% -21.94% 2002 1.80% 1.67% 5.00% 10.27% -22.05% -18.14% -15.98% 2003 2.50% 1.13% 4.11% 4.11% 28.54% 42.92% 37.94% 2004 3.30% 1.35% 4.30% 4.30% 10.82% 18.03% 20.00% 2005 3.10% 3.22% 4.49% 2.40% 4.96% 10.45% 13.63% 2006 2.70% 4.97% 4.93% 4.40% 15.79% 15.30% 26.32% 2007 1.90% 5.02% 4.87% 7.09% 5.54% 5.49% 11.43% Housing/banks 2008 -0.30% 1.92% 3.75% 5.45% -36.99% -38.32% -42.43% 2009 -3.10% 0.16% 2.97% 5.99% 26.68% 34.85% 30.04% 2010 2.40% 0.18% 2.81% 6.71% 15.06% 29.06% 7.94% 2011 1.80% 0.10% 2.45% 7.89% 2.11% -3.38% -11.81% 2012 2.20% 0.14% 1.47% 4.29% 16.07% 18.57% 18.62% 2013 2.00% 0.11% 1.89% -1.68% 32.45% 38.35% 22.13% 2014 2.40% 0.09% 2.31% 6.73% 13.78% 7.80% -5.27%



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#42469 Jan 5

Sarah - I don't think the G fund has ever paid over 10% per year.�� Am I missing something??

You are correct.��

I should have said:"Had" the G fund been in existence in the late 70s and early 80s, it would have been

between 15% and 20%�� based upon rates at that time.





G Fund��-��Government Securities��fund.These are unique government securities not available to the generalpublic and are backed by the full faith and credit of the US Government.The G Fund was the initial fund established by the TSP when it beganoperations on April 1, 1987.







YEARReal GDP GrowthFederal Funds RateG FundF FundC FundS FundI FundG��Began19873.20%6.66%8.73%2.29%5.23%-8.80%24.64%FC added19884.10%7.57%8.81%7.58%16.60%25.02%28.26%19893.60%9.21%8.81%13.89%31.03%16.26%10.53%19901.90%8.10%8.90%8.00%-3.15%-19.48%-23.45%Allocationrestrictions lifted

1991-0.25.69%8.15%15.75%30.77%46.04%12.14%



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