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I have a question. In June 2000 I started uniform withdrawals from My TSP Account in keeping with my retirement plan. At that time I had 30 Percent in the "G" fund (Government Securities Fund) and 70 percent in the "C" fund (Common Stock Index Investment Fund). I had no interest in the "F" fund (Fixed Income Index Investment Fund). With todays market is it wise to keep this ratio of funds or should I redistribute to the F and G funds? In the last year the G fund had a return of 6.01%, F fund 12.46% and fund -12.95%. I am looking at the next 10 years and can't stop the withdrawals but can move the ratios around. I do not need these funds for living expenses so how should I invest them?
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