TSP L 2050

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TSP L 2050
Type
TSP fund

The Thrift Savings Plan funds do not publish full portfolio holdings, but they track indexes that are shared with other mutual funds. TSP L 2050 is a mix of the TSP C, S, I, F, and G funds. We model the L fund portfolios using the allocation details published by the Thrift Savings Plan, and use matching index funds to represent the constituent TSP funds.

Military weapon grade: Fund is invested in nuclear weapons and/or controversial weapons below the threshold of 2.5%. Assigned a grade of C.
How we track weapon investments
C
$710.66 MILLION
Military weapons
119
military weapon stocks found
2.4%
of assets flagged
Data as of 1 Jul 2023
Military weapons
Military contractors
Military contractors
Largest international arms manufacturers and military contractors
119
holdings
$710.66M
invested
2.4%
of portfolio
Nuclear weapons
Nuclear weapons
Manufacturers/servicers of nuclear armaments and delivery systems
40
holdings
$497.7M
invested
1.68%
of portfolio
Controversial weapons
Controversial weapons
Manufacturers involved with cluster munitions, landmines, white phosphorus, depleted uranium
13
holdings
$175.57M
invested
0.59%
of portfolio
Military weapon companies
119 holdings
119 holdings
  • 1.  Airbus SE
    Nuclear weapons
    $50.13M
    0.17%
  • 2.  General Electric Co
    Nuclear weapons
    $49.06M
    0.17%
  • 3.  Honeywell International Inc
    Nuclear weapons
    $37.64M
    0.13%
  • 4.  RTX Corp
    Nuclear weapons
    $37.05M
    0.13%
  • 5.  Safran SA
    Nuclear weapons
    $36.61M
    0.12%
See all
  For each weapons category, we show the fund's exposure. When calculating a portfolio's percent exposure to a list of companies, we only consider long investments, ignoring any shorts or liabilities.
Civilian firearm manufacturers and retailers

We also track investments in civilian firearm manufacturers and retailers raking in billions in handgun, assault rifle, and ammunition sales. Gun Free Funds is made for people looking to align their investments with their values by moving money out of companies that make and sell guns.

TSP L 2050 earns a C grade for investments in military weapons
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Financial performance
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Current fund
TSP L 2050
Family
Thrift Savings Plan
Category
Target-Date 2050
vs.
Benchmark
IVV
iShares Core S&P 500 ETF
Family
iShares from BlackRock
Category
Large Blend
Fund comparison settings
Investment timeline
Performance as of: 7/01/23
1 year
3 years
5 years
10 years
Benchmark
Suggested: Not available
IVV - iShares Core S&P 500 ETF
Fund comparison results
Compared to the benchmark, this fund has:
Lower
 10-yr returns 
-3.95% less in annualized returns
Less invested in military weapons 
0.69% less invested
Less invested in major military contractors 
0.69% less invested
Less invested in manufacturers/servicers of nuclear weapons 
0.69% less invested
Less invested in manufacturers of controversial weapons 
0.48% less invested
Current fund
TSP L 2050
Family
Thrift Savings Plan
Category
Target-Date 2050
vs.
Benchmark
IVV
iShares Core S&P 500 ETF
Family
iShares from BlackRock
Category
Large Blend
Fund comparison settings
Investment timeline
Performance as of: 7/01/23
1 year
3 years
5 years
10 years
Benchmark
Suggested: Not available
IVV - iShares Core S&P 500 ETF
Fund comparison results
Compared to the benchmark, this fund has:
Lower
 10-yr returns 
-3.95% less in annualized returns
Less invested in military weapons 
0.69% less invested
Less invested in major military contractors 
0.69% less invested
Less invested in manufacturers/servicers of nuclear weapons 
0.69% less invested
Less invested in manufacturers of controversial weapons 
0.48% less invested
Current fund
TSP L 2050
Family
Thrift Savings Plan
Category
Target-Date 2050
vs.
Benchmark
IVV
iShares Core S&P 500 ETF
Family
iShares from BlackRock
Category
Large Blend
Fund comparison settings
Investment timeline
Performance as of: 7/01/23
1 year
3 years
5 years
10 years
Benchmark
Suggested: Not available
IVV - iShares Core S&P 500 ETF
Fund comparison results
Compared to the benchmark, this fund has:
Lower
 10-yr returns 
-3.95% less in annualized returns
Less invested in military weapons 
0.69% less invested
Less invested in major military contractors 
0.69% less invested
Less invested in manufacturers/servicers of nuclear weapons 
0.69% less invested
Less invested in manufacturers of controversial weapons 
0.48% less invested
Month-end trailing returns  
Annualized returns
Climate analysis
1-yr
3-yr
5-yr
10-yr
Military weapon weight
This fund
- TSP L 2050
12%
9.74%
7.87%
8.71%
2.4% 
Benchmark
IVV - iShares Core S&P 500 ETF
30%
12%
15%
13%
3.09% 
Fund compared to benchmark
 
-18.67%
-2.14%
-6.86%
-3.95%
0.69%  lower
Find more financial data on TSP L 2050 at Morningstar.com
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