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dbjr2000
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Leader Board Numbers

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Why does the Leader Board still show last years returns instead of 2021 ?

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dbjr2000 wrote:Why does the Leader Board still show last years returns instead of 2021 ?
MJ is working on it.
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Because for far too long I've been spending my time keeping this old site in some semblance of running, instead of focusing my energy on getting the new site done.

The time it would take me to create a 2021 leaderboard on this old site is much better spent working on the new website that I plan to release this coming week.
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Thank you for all your doing.

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Thank you for all your doing.

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I for one like looking at last years leaders. It's aspirational.

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Fund Prices2021-03-04

FundPriceDayYTD
G $16.54 0.00% 0.17%
F $20.60 -0.31% -2.83%
C $56.25 -1.32% 0.60%
S $77.38 -2.84% 4.29%
I $35.80 -1.03% 1.16%
L2065 $12.58 -1.44% 1.36%
L2060 $12.58 -1.44% 1.36%
L2055 $12.58 -1.44% 1.37%
L2050 $26.05 -1.21% 0.94%
L2045 $11.95 -1.13% 0.87%
L2040 $43.84 -1.05% 0.82%
L2035 $11.66 -0.96% 0.75%
L2030 $39.05 -0.88% 0.70%
L2025 $11.22 -0.69% 0.57%
Linc $22.34 -0.33% 0.27%

Pending Allocations

Under development. For now, you may view Pending Allocations by going to "fantasy TSP" and selecting "Leaderboard sort" of "Pending Allocations".

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