Looking for comparable ETFs

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evilanne
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Re: Looking for comparable ETFs

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Some Mutual Funds & EFTs are basically Index Funds, similar to TSP, that replicate the index they are tracking. It is basic stuff http://www.investopedia.com/terms/i/indexfund.asp

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ArrieS
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Re: Looking for comparable ETFs

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Anyone know of any funds like the TSP that don't pay a dividend, but instead retain them?

I tried looking but I only found ones that pay them out.
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Fund Prices2021-04-16

FundPriceDayYTD
G $16.56 0.00% 0.34%
F $20.66 -0.21% -2.53%
C $62.57 0.36% 11.92%
S $83.28 -0.04% 12.24%
I $38.19 0.63% 7.92%
L2065 $13.71 0.39% 10.49%
L2060 $13.71 0.39% 10.49%
L2055 $13.71 0.39% 10.49%
L2050 $27.99 0.31% 8.45%
L2045 $12.79 0.29% 7.92%
L2040 $46.72 0.27% 7.42%
L2035 $12.36 0.25% 6.82%
L2030 $41.20 0.23% 6.25%
L2025 $11.71 0.18% 4.93%
Linc $22.82 0.08% 2.45%

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