Most TSP returns dip to start the new year

Aside from the securities-backed G fund, Thrift Savings Plan funds closed out the first month of 2022 with losses.

The biggest month-over-month change came from the S fund, which lost 10.07% in January. The C fund fell by 5.18%, while the G fund saw the only paltry increase: 0.13% in January.

 

Among the Lifecycle funds, January was also a time for declines across the board. All funds had negative returns. The biggest monthly decrease was in the L 2060 and 2065 funds which fell by 5.42% in January.

 

Thrift Savings Plan — January 2022 Returns
Fund January Year-to-Date Last 12 Months
G fund 0.13% 0.13% 1.45%
F fund -2.09% -2.09% -2.83%
C fund -5.18% -5.18% 23.27%
S fund -10.07% -10.07% -1.68%
I fund -3.96% -3.96% 8.22%
L Income -1.28% -1.28% 4.18%
L 2025 -2.37% -2.37% 7.41%
L 2030 -3.33% -3.33% 8.97%
L 2035 -3.68% -3.68% 9.64%
L 2040 -4.01% -4.01% 10.33%
L 2045 -4.32% -4.32% 10.85%
L 2050 -4.60% -4.60% 11.44%
L 2055 -5.41% -5.41% 13.92%
L 2060 -5.42% -5.42% 13.92%
L 2065 -5.42% -5.42% 13.91%

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