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Relative Performance Charts
-- Less active TSP managers will just max out on the strongest fund (C fund, as of March 2020) through highs and lows.
-- More active TSP managers have been rotating between funds, per an established backtested pattern, such as what is displayed on chart #1 (TLH) below. Bottom line: more active management of the TSP per this method, has generated approx *60 PERCENT HIGHER yearly returns* than the less active strategy.
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Only a handful of trades in the past decade?
2011, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2018, 2020?
Remember to change both the interfund transfer and the contribution allocation.
March 2020 - - C fund has long term relative strength.
Not accessible to the TSP but monitoring it anyways
March 2020 - The I fund has long term relative weakness.
Not in TSP but monitoring anyways
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