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  • I keep waiting for a decent crash to get back into the C Fund. Still the G fund is a cheap money market
  • Its a cheap money market with an interest rate floor of around 1.5%. You could invest in the L Income fund which contains about 21.5% in stocks, or set your allocation to the C Fund at 5 or 10 percent of your total TSP.
  • edited January 26
    how are these any different from funds offered by the major mutual fund companies?
    When I read "Federal" that doesn't mean the government is managing the funds. Is it?
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