The Federal Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) is by its nature a do-it-yourself endeavor. The investing decisions you make for your TSP will shape your retirement.
- How have your past TSP returns compared to your goals?
- Are you ahead or behind schedule?
- Do you often wish you could do better?
TSP Timing offers unique and unrivaled investing strategies that could allow you to achieve the return on your TSP investments that you’ve only dreamed of, on your own, and do it stress-free! Have you seen the articles about the Thrift Savings Plan millionaires? You can not only become one, you can do so no matter what your salary is, and you could achieve it faster than using buy-and-hold strategies.
“Your timing method gives us an edge, and it reduces risk for the same amount of gain because we’re not long on stocks 100% of the time. That fact by itself adds value!….keep up the great work! – M.S., Maryland
That’s just two years away from the record setting fifteen consecutive years achieved by the legendary investor Bill Miller during the 1990s. This chart shows how the TSP Timing strategies (the top three lines) have performed since January 1, 2004. How did your returns compare to these results?
TSP Timing answers the question: When I retire, should I stay with the TSP or roll over to an IRA?
Are you thinking of rolling over your Thrift Savings Plan to an Individual Retirement Account (IRA)? Think carefully. About half of Federal retirees do roll over their accounts to an IRA, however with the materials provided by TSP Timing you’ll see why it makes perfect sense to leave your money in the TSP and take advantage of the TSP’s ultra-low fees that no external IRA can match.
“I don’t often write but thought I would with a question about rolling my IRA back into the TSP. I am 62 and am retiring end of this Sep and planning on doing some part-time contract work for a few years. Roughly two years ago, I transferred most of my TSP into a managed IRA. Now I’m thinking of transferring it back into the TSP. Why? I believe I would have done better staying in the TSP.”
– Comment by John, on the TSP Strategy Group on June 18, 2019
This is now even more true following the implementation of the new withdrawal options per the TSP Modernization Act in 2019. It may possible to do better than you can do with the TSP if you use Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) outside of the TSP, but you have to use the right ETFs, the right broker, and the right strategies. One big advantage with using ETFs is that you can “short” the market during bear markets, but you better get the timing right.
“What you have put together is really great (really worth the money paid) and has helped me tremendously.” – J.S., Maryland
“Thanks again for the product. I was up reading it last night, and I got to admit, this is VERY IMPRESSIVE! I haven’t put pen to paper yet or started working in the Excel worksheets, but I am blown away at all that you did. Thank you for putting this together.” – W.V., California
TSP Timing is very unique. Unlike other Thrift Savings Plan investing advisory services you won’t need to shell out money every month/quarter/year for an endless subscription. Instead, with just a small one-time purchase of $145 you will receive all the information you need in a single email with a set of files to set your TSP on auto-pilot for years to come…at least five years in fact, which works out to just $29 per year! Then you can ignore the news, sleep better, and enjoy the life you dream of instead of worrying about the next stock market collapse.
You’re skeptical, and that’s good. Continue on and you’ll learn why this is for real, not a hocus pocus snake-oil sales pitch.
TSP Timing is not affiliated with or sanctioned by the United States government, the Federal Retirement Thrift Investing Board, or the Thrift Savings Plan.