The Thrift Savings Plan mostly finished out the month of December in the red. The only exception was the government securities investment G Fund, which rose 0.32%, from $17.18 per share to $17.24. Meanwhile, the sharpest drop was in the small cap stock index S Fund. It fell 6.55%, from $65.94 to $61.53 per share, though that still remains the highest value per share of any fund. It also performed the worst in 2022 as a whole, with a yearly return of -22.26%.
The Lifecycle Funds all dropped in December and finished out the year in the red as well. The Lifecycle Income Fund saw the smallest drop last month, falling 0.9%, from $23.09 per share to $22.85.
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