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    Re: Post Your "12-Month Personal Rate of Return"

    Finished the year with 18.09% Very happy with that, considering the market performance. This year, I need to remember to enter all my IFTs on TSPTalk.
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    Re: Post Your "12-Month Personal Rate of Return"

    My real account has not mirrored my TSPtalk account, unfortunately. For example, in my real account, I entered an IFT on 8/18/15, moving from the S to the F-fund. The F-fund went up after that and...
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    Re: Post Your "12-Month Personal Rate of Return"

    27.25% through 11/30/15. I'm having a great year. I hope I can keep it up.
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    Re: Post Your "12-Month Personal Rate of Return"

    I finished the year at 17.5%. It was a good year, but I'm expecting a better 2012. Happy New Year everyone.
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    Ouch, I went from 42% last month to 17.02% this month. I moved from the S to the F-fund today after the rebound.
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    Re: Post Your "12-Month Personal Rate of Return"

    42.57%
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    Re: MarkC's Account Talk

    I moved to the S-fund 100%. Looking for a bounce then I'll move back to the F-fund. Bonds remain a safe haven.
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    Re: MarkC's Account Talk

    I now believe (75%) that we are heading for another recession. I moved to 50% F-fund, and 50% G-fund COB today. I was unable to asscees this website from my phone, so I was late entering the move in...
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    Re: MarkC's Account Talk

    I am extremely frustrated with the recent stock market freefall. I almost never sell on a down market, but I'm worried about the jobs report that will come out on Friday. I lost almost $15,000 in the...
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    I don't know if it is beacause they changed to PIP, but I went from 54% last month to 38.6% this month. Anyway, WTF is up with the market this week and last week. I'm pissed!
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    Re: nasa1974's Account Talk

    I expect a strong finish again today for the s-fund.
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    Re: JTH's Account Talk

    I would like to post more often, but i rarely take a break or lunch at work and come home mentally exhausted. I thank you for the significant contribution you make to the forum. My suggestion to you,...
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    Re: Post Your "12-Month Personal Rate of Return"

    I am on the Tracker, way down near the bottom. I joined in mid May and I missed the gains at the end of June because I made a dumb second IFT. I was able to avoid the big drops in May and June. I...
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    54.05% current 12 month PRR. I must have had a bad month in June 2010, because I was at 48.11% last month and I was about even in June 2011.
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    Re: JTH's Account Talk

    I normally move between the F and S funds because the F often goes in the opposite direction of the S. I wish I had stayed in the S because I expect a positive July from the S. In months that I...
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    Re: JTH's Account Talk

    I just noticed that I quoted a post from yesterday that I thought was posted today and you (JTH) already moved to the G. I wish you the best and congrats on second place on the AT.
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    Re: JTH's Account Talk

    I think it would be a big mistake to get out tomorrow. I got out last week because I was going camping and knew I would not have cell coverage at the campsite, but I made a big mistake. July will be...
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    Re: JTH's Account Talk

    I hear that. I picked a heck of a time to join the AT. For May and June I'm only down about half a percent, so it could be worse, but it's never fun to lose money. I'm still up about 18% YTD, so I...
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    Re: MarkC's Account Talk

    Moving 100% to the s-fund. Looking to play the rebound.
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    Re: Post Your "12-Month Personal Rate of Return"

    I wasn't talking a huge game. I was posting my returns, which are fact. I believe posting returns is the suject of this thread. I never said anything negative about anyone and never said anything...
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    Re: Post Your "12-Month Personal Rate of Return"

    Ok, you noticed that I only posted back to 2009. In 2008, I stayed in most of the year and finished -32.62%. I don't know how Poolman did what he did in 2008. He is the man for posting strong gains...
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    Re: MarkC's Account Talk

    Thank you. I will try to post each time I make an IFT. I move my money first, then I move my wife's, then I send a text to my co-workers, then I post my move on the Auto-Tracker, then I will try to...
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    Re: Post Your "12-Month Personal Rate of Return"

    Thank you JTH, I knew people would not believe me and I did not want people to ignore my advice because they thought I was lying. Obviously, luck does play a role in this, as every IFT is just an...
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    Re: Post Your "12-Month Personal Rate of Return"

    I emailed it to your gmail account. I know that I don't have to prove anything, but I don't like people thinking I am a liar, when I despise liars.
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    Re: Post Your "12-Month Personal Rate of Return"

    I'm 33 years old and started my TSP 10.5 years ago. I'm currently trying to send the screenshot to JTH, but it looks like he signed off.
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