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View Poll Results: TSPLookup is useful to me because it:

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  • gets the market quotes.

    18 39.13%
  • estimates the EAFE / I Fund.

    27 58.70%
  • lets me see my portfolio in action.

    23 50.00%
  • projects my account balance.

    14 30.43%
  • provides the current TSP share prices.

    20 43.48%
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Thread: TSPLookup - Introduction, Comments & Questions Thread

  1. #145

    Default Re: TSPLookup - Introduction, Comments & Questions Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by JTH View Post
    Thanks Jay, I envy your Excel skills !!!
    Quote Originally Posted by Frixxxx View Post
    Jayman!

    PAYPAL Donation on the way!
    Thanks guys!

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  3. #146

    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Location
    San Diego, CA
    Posts
    6,995

    Default Re: TSPLookup - Introduction, Comments & Questions Thread

    Hey JayHawker,

    Nice B-ball run going, you guys are the #1 pick for March.

    Hey, Just noticed that I am scheduled for a 35 cent gain in the F Fund today?

    I mean I hope that's what I'm getting, but I seriously doubt it.....

    Anyone else seeing this?
    THIS IS WHERE I WOULD PUT SOMETHING TO REPRESENT MY THINKING, BUT THEN THEY SHOW UP!
    Tracker =
    Check my position

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  5. #147

    Default Re: TSPLookup - Introduction, Comments & Questions Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Frixxxx View Post
    Hey JayHawker,

    Nice B-ball run going, you guys are the #1 pick for March.

    Hey, Just noticed that I am scheduled for a 35 cent gain in the F Fund today?

    I mean I hope that's what I'm getting, but I seriously doubt it.....

    Anyone else seeing this?
    Frixxx, I didn't use TSPLookup yesterday so I can't say what the problem may have been. You may recall - for the F Fund only - that the TSP Fund price (on the upper-left table) is the AGG quote, but the F Fund Share price (on the upper-right table) is a calculated value of 30 year and 10 year T-bills. So, it's likely one or the other quote was wrong or off somehow. You got 5 cents which is pretty good for the F!

    Yes, my Jayhawks are cruising right along. Rock Chalk!

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  7. #148

    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Location
    San Diego, CA
    Posts
    6,995

    Default Re: TSPLookup - Introduction, Comments & Questions Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by jayhawker View Post
    Frixxx, I didn't use TSPLookup yesterday so I can't say what the problem may have been. You may recall - for the F Fund only - that the TSP Fund price (on the upper-left table) is the AGG quote, but the F Fund Share price (on the upper-right table) is a calculated value of 30 year and 10 year T-bills. So, it's likely one or the other quote was wrong or off somehow. You got 5 cents which is pretty good for the F!

    Yes, my Jayhawks are cruising right along. Rock Chalk!
    Kinda figured, calculation went skewed big time yesterday, it looked like 5 cents but the spreadsheet was showing 57 cents at the end of the day!!!

    Thanks for lookin into it!
    THIS IS WHERE I WOULD PUT SOMETHING TO REPRESENT MY THINKING, BUT THEN THEY SHOW UP!
    Tracker =
    Check my position

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  9. #149

    Default Re: TSPLookup - Introduction, Comments & Questions Thread

    Hi all!

    I updated TSPLookup today. I fixed a problem with getting the time of the EFD quote. I also re-ordered the foreign quotes and currencies according to the new 2010 percentage allocations.

    Thanks for playing!

    Ed.

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  11. #150

    Default Re: TSPLookup - Introduction, Comments & Questions Thread

    All,

    I'm no longer supporting or publishing updates to TSPLookup.

    Thanks to all who used it and supported it the past three years! You're the best!

    Ed.

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  13. #151

    Join Date
    Oct 2008
    Location
    Stinking desert valley of bad air quality, AZ
    Posts
    2,938

    Default Re: TSPLookup - Introduction, Comments & Questions Thread

    Thank you for building and maintaining it. I found it entertaining/alarming to watch. Any chance of letting us unprotect it and mess with it to see how it ticks and if we can get it to work again?

    Thanks again

    Pessop

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  15. #152

    Default Re: TSPLookup - Introduction, Comments & Questions Thread

    Thanks.

    I prefer to let it die... tho I'd consider selling the rights to it for a reasonable price.

    Ed.

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  17. #153

    Default Re: TSPLookup - Introduction, Comments & Questions Thread

    does this mean itg no longer works?


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  19. #154

    Default Re: TSPLookup - Introduction, Comments & Questions Thread

    No, this doesn't mean it no longer works. However, it no longer works. Not a coincidence... more of a last straw.

    Ed.

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