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  1. TSP Talk Weekly Wrap Up


    After a one-week pullback and some early weakness this past week, U.S. stocks ended the week with modest gains. The Fed meeting minutes were released on Wednesday afternoon and investors went scurrying, but they came back aggressively on Thursday and Friday to salvage a positive week.



    Here are the up-to-date weekly, current month, and annual TSP fund returns
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  2. Interesting day, that yesterday was


    08/23/13

    After being down for 6 consecutive days, and 8 of the last 9 days, the Dow gained 66-points on Thursday and the gains were more impressive on the broader indices, particularly the small caps as the S-fund gained 1.26%. All this while bond yields went up?

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  3. Sentiment Survey Results...

    TSP Talk Sentiment Survey results for the week of 8/26/13- 8/30/13

    The TSP Talk Sentiment Survey came in at 40% bulls, 52% bears.

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  4. Fed Minutes shake things up (or down)


    08/22/13

    Stocks ended a wild day down about a half of a percent yesterday, triggered by the release of the Fed Meeting Minutes. At the time of the release, the Dow was down about 50-points. From there it went to down 120, to up 17, to down 105; all in the last 2 hours of trading.

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  5. Buyers show up

    08/21/13

    Buyers stepped in after after the 4-day pullback and most of the major indices saw modest to strong gains, but the weak close actually took the Dow into negative territory for the day, losing 8-points.

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