How many of the leader boards

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DoubleTzz
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How many of the leader boards

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In Fantasey TSP how many of these leader boards really have what they say in the funds they say. :shock:

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All of them
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The Fantasy TSP starts everyone out with $100,000. So, the amounts you see is what they really have based on gains/losses. I was wondering if the Leader’s real world accounts had those same gains! That would be sweet.

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Are you asking if their Fantasy TSP tracks their personal TSP account? If so I can answer what I do with my personal account. I keep 35% C 35% S and the last 30% tracks my fantasy TSP.

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searight have you ever calculated how much money you did not make following your investment program? Take a look at how much McLovin has made, and when was his last IFT. You can do better. I want you to be a millionaire.

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My real TSP was 66.92 % so I did much better than the fantasy... I got out in February in my real acct, jumping back in around April...I stayed in with the fantasy, took the hit and rode the wave back up.

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searight wrote:Are you asking if their Fantasy TSP tracks their personal TSP account? If so I can answer what I do with my personal account. I keep 35% C 35% S and the last 30% tracks my fantasy TSP.
That’s interesting! I was planning a similar strategy with different numbers.

So at each IFT you always used 30% following your fantasy. Then always kept CS 35% each.

If you don’t mind, what was your % gain.
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My fantasy TSP is the same as my real TSP.

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JimB wrote:My fantasy TSP is the same as my real TSP.
Same here JimB, my real TSP is the same as my fantasy TSP.

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LoGiK
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right now they are the same. however they usually are not, this is a fantasy site. if you want to check your balance, log into TSP.gov
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Many us agree’d (some time ago) that our Fantasy Allocations would reflect our real-world posturing. This would allow for followers to truly gauge as to what the leader’s were doin’ as to WHEN & WHY...

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ProduceMan wrote: Thu Jan 14, 2021 6:12 am
searight wrote:Are you asking if their Fantasy TSP tracks their personal TSP account? If so I can answer what I do with my personal account. I keep 35% C 35% S and the last 30% tracks my fantasy TSP.
That’s interesting! I was planning a similar strategy with different numbers.

So at each IFT you always used 30% following your fantasy. Then always kept CS 35% each.

If you don’t mind, what was your % gain.
Produceman, I was waiting for my annual statement so I used the right numbers. So I have 35% C, 35% S and 30% that gets moved correlating with my Fantasy account. In the data below I compare to what my gains would have been if I bought and held with 50% C and 50% S

Results are: CY2019 30.49% gain for my strat, C/S would have been 29.71%. For CY2020 27.20% gain for my strat, C/S would have been 25.16%. So my start is doing slightly better then a C/S buy and hold. So if I had moved my entire account to match my fantasy I would have gotten a higher percentage increase, but at higher risk of buying high and selling low.

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Re: How many of the leader boards

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Thanks Searight, 2 questions.

1 - Did you follow your strategy to the T except for the 70% in CS?

- If so, while following your strategy, did you always leave your CS at 35% each?
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Fund Prices2021-04-14

FundPriceDayYTD
G $16.56 0.00% 0.33%
F $20.62 -0.05% -2.70%
C $61.66 -0.40% 10.29%
S $82.56 0.06% 11.26%
I $37.75 0.50% 6.66%
L2065 $13.54 -0.01% 9.10%
L2060 $13.54 -0.02% 9.10%
L2055 $13.54 -0.02% 9.10%
L2050 $27.69 -0.02% 7.31%
L2045 $12.66 -0.02% 6.86%
L2040 $46.28 -0.02% 6.42%
L2035 $12.25 -0.02% 5.91%
L2030 $40.88 -0.02% 5.41%
L2025 $11.64 -0.01% 4.29%
Linc $22.75 -0.01% 2.13%

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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