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  • R
    Roughing the Cheerleader
    Blackrock needs to do some updating to this fund. Hasn't shown any consistency the past 2 months.
  • J
    Jose
    Personal Investment Performance (PIP) for the past 12 months ending 03/31/2021 is 43.50%.
    The fund (^DWCPF) is the the same as th S-Fund in TSP.
    So far this year the fund has return $8.23 per share.
    (^GSPC) is the the same as th C-Fund in TSP.
    So far this year the fund has return $4.97 per share.
    (EFA) is the the same as th I-Fund in TSP.
    So far this year the fund has return $1.39 per share.
    04/01/2021.
  • A
    Alivio
    Today this index is not tracking the market?
  • J
    Jose
    Why is this index is not tracking the market?
    Keep in mind that the S-Fund just tries to mimic the DOW.
    It's make up is of the same stocks like the DOW but in different proportion.
    So it can sometimes act differently than the DOW.
    Bullish
  • T
    Tim
    I believe this is the underlying index for the TSP "S" fund. Nice to have real time tracking instead of waiting until the next day to see how that fund is performing.
  • J
    Jose
    This fund (^DWCPF) is the the same as th S-Fund in TSP.
    So far this year the fund has return $9.82 per share.
    Where should I be in TSP? –
    100% in the S-Fund.
    New contributions (on pay day) should go into the S-Fund.
    Bullish
  • M
    Mr.
    Traders think differently than investors. Traders hope! Traders fear! And, traders base their fate upon the throw of the dice. If you believe this index goes somewhere in the neighborhood of 2800 within the next 21 months, then allocate capital here. If you do not, then stay away. I am here, along with believers. Best of luck to all!

    ...isleepwell...
    Bullish
  • J
    Jose
    Personal Investment Performance (PIP) for the past 12 months ending 02/28/2021 is 21.74%.
    Bullish
  • J
    Jose
    Retired two years ago but kept money in TSP.
    I have been able to increase my shares in (TSP) S-Fund (^DWCPF) by parking money during season dips in L-income fund and returning hopefully before the S-Fund recovers.
    Bullish
  • J
    Jose
    Season dips are normally are in June August and September.
    Bullish
  • J
    Jose
    This fund (^DWCPF) is the the same as th S-Fund in TSP.
    So far this year the fund has return $9.82 per share.
    (^GSPC) is the the same as th C-Fund in TSP.
    So far this year the fund has return $3.73 per share.
    (EFA) is the the same as th I-Fund in TSP.
    So far this year the fund has return $1.08 per share.
    03/11/2021
    Bullish
  • B
    BIGDSUPERMAN
    awesome run. tsp seasonal strategies... 5 days ago moved to S and only went up!
  • M
    Mr.
    I write this post on 4/29/19. It's a day where this index currently hovers around 1435 in early trading. Why would anyone wish to invest here? Let's consider the logic.
    Federal Thrift Savings Plan holders currently get only 5 options from which to choose to allocate 401k resources. Those choices currently consist of indexes linked the the S %P 500, the bond fund, the money market, an international index, and this index linked to small cap equities.

    Over the course of my past 44 years of investing in the stock market, I've experienced the roller coaster rides. Tremendous highs, and abysmal lows. And, it's an exciting place to grow capital for sure. Investments require an objective, non-emotional connection, and require a bit of analysis.

    Mr. Warren Buffet advocates the use of index funds. Peter Lynch advocates the use of index funds. Read "One Up on Wall Street" by him to delve further into this logic. Mr. Jim Cramer, Jim Jubak, the late Louis Rukyser, and countless other financial pundits endorse this type of approach as well in varying forms.

    Why do I say the time for this index is now? Let me explain. Over the course of the next 18 months, this country will once again get thrown into a political election cycle. We will get bombarded with advertisements, media discourse advocating one opponent over another, tempers will flare, Americans will debate amongst themselves, brother will disagree with brother as this drama unfolds.

    Several candidates will emerge. One Donald Trump will trumpet his economic successes. He will at least get a partial trade deal completed with China. Korea may totally abandon it's nuclear aspirations in the areas of weaponry. And, I won't begin to pretend to know what the political climate in the Middle East will be at that time.

    On the other side, money will get spent. People will express ideas about the environment, worthy goals in education, point out the flawed character of the current sitting President, and all politicians, democrats, and republicans alike will sling mud. The mud slinging will cost cash. I never could figure out why anyone would spend such enormous amounts of money for a job which pays so little. But then again, remember the body politic in America revolves around access. And don't forget it.

    Now, who will benefit from this mud that gets slung around? Ask that question. The incumbent wants to sit for another term. He wants to make Americans feel better off than previously. How can that get accomplished? The trade deal with China will add perhaps 1400 points to the Dow Jones Industrial average alone by some estimates. How will that deal impact this index? Ask yourself if its easier to make something small to go up than it is to make something bigger to go up. You see, the laws of gravity do apply to the stock market as well.

    After the rhetoric, after the tumult, and the shouting dies, after the captains, and the kings depart, still...lone stands thine ancient sacrifice, a humble, and a contrite heart. Lord God of hosts, be with us yet...lest we forget...lest we forget. (Kipling)

    But remember, after the election the captains, and kings won't exactly have departed at all. In fact they'll be in Congress preparing for the next battle during that cycle at the time.

    I believe in America. I believe this to be the greatest country on earth notwithstanding many challenges. I believe small caps will earn big returns over the next 21 months, and this index represents an excellent vehicle for those willing to take a chance.

    Your humble servant,

    ...isleepwell...
  • J
    Jarrod
    Theres your 2k Mr.
    Bullish
  • S
    Spartex
    Wow, this ride has been amazing. 41% in less than 4 months since September. Time to start lightening up a little at a time. Cheers to a wonderful 2020, and hopefully continued 2021 in the DWCPF.
  • j
    james R
    Anyone else see it go up 8% in a matter of seconds? This is the equivalent to the S fund for TSP. Is this a mistake?
  • D
    Daniel
    Finally, IFT from G to S. PIP 25%. back to G by election or 1650, whichever comes first.
  • T
    T Long
    Once we hit 500 I'm switching in from the G Fund.
  • T
    TBall
    TSP S Fund or Small Cap Index Fund has Outperformed the S&P 500 since Dec 24.. DWCPF S Fund will Outperform Throughout 2019 and into 2020.. Risk is High but Reward is also High.. Hold.. into Early May.. Hooah..