Adventures in Financial Analysis

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Thrift Savings Plan

Is Your Thrift Savings Plan Optimized?

“What should I do with my Thrift Savings Plan?” I get that question all the time. If you don’t know what the Thrift Savings Plan is, you can check out my post covering the basics of the Thrift Savings Plan… Continue Reading →

Thrift Savings Plan 101

This post will cover the basics of the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP). It is a primer for future (and previous) posts that will cover more advanced topics. The TSP is a retirement savings plan that allows contributions and investments to… Continue Reading →

Score One For Active Management

A while back I posted about the performance of my TSP account, and I planted a mental note in my head to analyze my Roth IRA account in the same way when I got a chance. So I did. I printed out… Continue Reading →

The More I Learn, The Less I Earn.

In my Equity Analysis class at Creighton’s MSAPM program, we are learning yet again how active management fails to outperform the market. Here is a nice article if you need to get up to speed on the subject. If you prefer… Continue Reading →

TSP Optimization with MS Excel

In the military we have the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP). What’s the TSP? The TSP is essentially a 401k for federal government workers which was made available to members of the military in 2000. There are five basic funds which can… Continue Reading →

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