Only the government securities investment G fund managed to show positive returns over the last month, while all other stock and bond funds in the Thrift Savings Plan posted losses in June. The latest returns released by the TSP today show the G fund finished the month up 0.29%, and was also the only fund to have positive year-over-year returns.
The biggest monthly drop was in the International Stock Index I fund, which fell 8.21% in June. Over the past year, the I fund has lost 17.1% of its value.
The second-biggest monthly drop was in the common stock index C fund, which ended June down by 6.55%. The small cap stock index S fund lost 7.95% in June, and the fixed income index F fund ended the month down by 1.94%.
Things are not looking much better in the Lifecycle funds, all of which had declining monthly returns in June. The biggest monthly decreases were L 2055, 2060 and 2065 funds, all of which lost 7.25% in June. The smallest decline was in the L Income fund, which dropped 1.6% last month.