The (G) fund was the top performer out of the five fund groups for the month, posting a slight 0.42% increase, but it remains the lowest performing fund for the year, with a 4.90% increase.
The (I) fund – comprised of stocks from Europe, Australia and some countries in Asia – posted a 0.20% return for June, but has proven to be the best performer out of all the funds for the year, with a 27.18% gain, according to Govexec.com.
Of those funds with losses, the (F) fund, comprised of fixed income bonds, had the smallest loss of 0.27% for the month.
The (S) fund, which invests in the stocks of small- and mid-sized American companies, saw a steep fall from its top performing spot in May, losing 1.53% in June. The fund grew 19.47% for the last 12 months. The (C) fund, which tracks Standard & Poor’s 500 Index of stocks in large and medium-sized domestic companies, lost 1.70% (20.63% for the year).
Of the TSP’s lifecycle funds, (L) funds, the (L) Income fund gained a marginal 0.08% for the month.
The other L funds posted losses in June:
- The L 2040 fund lost 0.92%, with a 19.49% gain for the year;
- The L 2030 fund lost 0.80%, with a 17.60% gain for the year;
- The L 2020 fund lost 0.54%, with a 15.90% gain for the year; and
- The L 2010 fund lost 0.20%, with a 12.15% gain for the year.
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