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The Thrift Savings Plan starts processing transactions on Wednesday after the U.S. markets were closed for the past two days due to Post-tropical Cyclone Sandy.
Timing the market — buying low and selling high — is the fastest way to make money in your Thrift Savings Plan. The concept is simple. The only problem is the timing part, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says.
Your Thrift Savings Plan took a hit in May, with all funds except for the F and G Funds showing negative returns for the month.
Mark Hulbert, columnist for MarketWatch and editor of Hulbert Financial Digest. Story: Stocks' drop through moving averages may say sell
Ali Velshi, anchor and chief business correspondent for CNN
Mark Hulbert, columnist for MarketWatch
Mark Plotkin, WTOP political analyst
Mark Hulbert, senior columnist for MarketWatch.com and editor of the Hulbert Financial Digest
May was a terrible month for most TSP investors as the Dow had its worst month in 70 years. But Senior Correspondent Mike Causey has six suggestions that are almost certain to calm you down and increase your net worth. The trick is figuring out which of the six works for you.