All TSP funds continue positive trend in April

All Thrift Savings Plan funds continued to perform well in April. While only two funds reported higher return rates for the month compared to March, all funds p...

All Thrift Savings Plan funds continued to post positive numbers through April, though, in most cases, at a slightly lower rate than in March, according to data provided by the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board.

Only the F and I Funds reported higher return rates than in the previous month.

The I Fund was the big gainer in April, jumping from a 0.88 percent increase in March to a 5.32 percent increse a month later. This strong showing raised its year-to-date gain to 9.88 percent and made the fund — at 19.75 percent — the top gainer over the last 12 months. The I Fund represents international stocks.

The F Fund, which represents the bond market, went from a 0.7 percent increase in March to a 1.02 percent increase in April. This helped to bring the fund’s year-to-date into the black at 1.03 percent.

The S Fund, which represents stocks of U.S. companies not included in the S&P, led all funds in March with a 4.69 percent return. Although the fund’s April return was lower, at 0.65 percent, it still has the second best performance rate over the last 12 months — 18.76 percent.

All funds continued to perform well over the last 12 months, with seven of the 10 funds posting double-digit returns.

Thrift Savings Plan April 2013 returns

Fund April Year-to-Date Last 12 Months
G Fund 0.12% 0.50% 1.43%
F Fund 1.02% 1.03% 3.88%
C Fund 1.93% 12.74% 16.90%
S Fund 0.65% 13.82% 18.76%
I Fund 5.32% 9.88% 19.75%
L Income 0.67% 2.80% 4.84%
L 2020 1.58% 6.65% 10.56%
L 2030 1.91% 8.30% 12.91%
L 2040 2.13% 9.52% 14.65%
L 2050 2.41% 10.68% 16.34%


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