Joined: Mar 02, 2020 Posts: 11 Location: USA Flag: Risk Tolerence: High
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Hi there, I've been investing the maximum percent for maybe 25 years. In the beginning I parked it 100% in C and paid no mind. At some point in the years after the 2008 horror I diversified to 40/20/20/20 - C/S/I/G. I don't even know when I did that. I was working part time while I raised my children. In 2020 I'm now an empty-nester and returned to full time employment to pay the college bills. I'm surprised how much money I have in my TSP- more than I think I ever really expected. I feel like the stock market is overvalued but I haven't done anything because I don't know what to do. I'm not retiring in the next decade so I don't want to be in G. I've never invested in F because I don't understand it. I am hoping to learn from the folks on this site what if anything I should do differently from here out. I don't have any special economics skills and I never managed to pass beyond pre-calc so my contributions will just be my own brand of common sense as I see it.
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