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The Thrift Savings Plan funds do not publish full portfolio holdings, but they track indexes that are shared with other mutual funds.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.

Deforestation grade: Fund is invested in deforestation-risk agricultural commodity producer/traders, above the threshold of 0.5% and below 1.5%. Assigned a grade of D.
How we track deforestation-risk investments
D
11.8%
INVESTED IN DEFORESTATION-RISK COMPANIES
producers
AGRIBUSINESS
deforestation-risk producers and traders of palm oil, paper/pulp, rubber, timber, cattle, and soy
banks
BANKS AND LENDERS
that finance deforestation-risk agribusiness producers via lending and underwriting
consumers
MAJOR CONSUMER BRANDS
that use deforestation-risk agribusiness commodities in products
144
holdings flagged
12%
of assets flagged
This fund contains
 $3.48 BILLION invested 
in holdings flagged for deforestation risk
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producers
Commodity producers
19 holdings
0.56% of assets
$166.43 MILLION invested
banks
Banks and lenders
24 holdings
2.82% of assets
$833.96 MILLION invested
consumers
Major consumer brands
111 holdings
8.66% of assets
$2.56 BILLION invested
Commodity producers
Commodity producers
19 HOLDINGS
Companies that produce and trade palm oil, paper/pulp, rubber, timber, cattle, and soy, and have a past record or a significant risk of contributing to deforestation, land grabbing, and human rights abuses. Investing in any of these companies assigns a fund a grade of C if total producer exposure is below the threshold of 0.5%; a grade of D if below 1.5%; and a grade of F if above 1.5%.
19 HOLDINGS
  • % of portfolio
    $ invested
  • 1. Mitsubishi Corp
    Palm oil producer
    0.13%0.13% of portfolio
    $37.75M$37.75M invested
    Palm oil producer
  • 2. ITOCHU Corp
    Timber producerRubber producerPaper/pulp producerPalm oil producer
    0.09%0.09% of portfolio
    $26.44M$26.44M invested
    Timber producerRubber producerPaper/pulp producerPalm oil producer
  • 3. Glencore PLC
    Soy producerPalm oil producer
    0.09%0.09% of portfolio
    $25.31M$25.31M invested
    Soy producerPalm oil producer
  • 4. Marubeni Corp
    Timber producerRubber producerPaper/pulp producer
    0.04%0.04% of portfolio
    $12.09M$12.09M invested
    Timber producerRubber producerPaper/pulp producer
  • 5. UPM-Kymmene Oyj
    Timber producerPaper/pulp producer
    0.03%0.03% of portfolio
    $9.13M$9.13M invested
    Timber producerPaper/pulp producer
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Banks and lenders
Banks and lenders
24 HOLDINGS
Financial institutions directly and indirectly involved in underwriting and lending to deforestation-risk producers and traders. Investing in any of these companies assigns a fund a grade of B (assuming there are no investments in producers).
24 HOLDINGS
  • % of portfolio
    $ invested
  • 1. JPMorgan Chase & Co
    0.52%0.52% of portfolio
    $154.56M$154.56M invested
  • 2. HSBC Holdings PLC
    0.26%0.26% of portfolio
    $76.09M$76.09M invested
  • 3. Bank of America Corp
    0.23%0.23% of portfolio
    $68.29M$68.29M invested
  • 4. Commonwealth Bank of Australia
    0.22%0.22% of portfolio
    $64.86M$64.86M invested
  • 5. Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc
    0.2%0.2% of portfolio
    $58.45M$58.45M invested
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Major consumer brands
Major consumer brands
111 HOLDINGS
Consumer goods retailers that source palm oil, paper/pulp, rubber, timber, cattle, and soy from deforestation-risk producers and traders and sell it to consumers worldwide. Investing in any of these companies assigns a fund a grade of B (assuming there are no investments in producers).
111 HOLDINGS
  • % of portfolio
    $ invested
  • 1. Amazon.com Inc
    Soy major consumer brandCattle major consumer brandTimber major consumer brandRubber major consumer brandPaper/pulp major consumer brandPalm oil major consumer brand
    1.56%1.56% of portfolio
    $461.88M$461.88M invested
    Soy major consumer brandCattle major consumer brandTimber major consumer brandRubber major consumer brandPaper/pulp major consumer brandPalm oil major consumer brand
  • 2. Nestle SA
    Soy major consumer brandCattle major consumer brandPaper/pulp major consumer brandPalm oil major consumer brand
    0.48%0.48% of portfolio
    $142.16M$142.16M invested
    Soy major consumer brandCattle major consumer brandPaper/pulp major consumer brandPalm oil major consumer brand
  • 3. Lvmh Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SE
    Cattle major consumer brandPaper/pulp major consumer brandPalm oil major consumer brand
    0.44%0.44% of portfolio
    $128.68M$128.68M invested
    Cattle major consumer brandPaper/pulp major consumer brandPalm oil major consumer brand
  • 4. Johnson & Johnson
    Paper/pulp major consumer brandPalm oil major consumer brand
    0.38%0.38% of portfolio
    $111.63M$111.63M invested
    Paper/pulp major consumer brandPalm oil major consumer brand
  • 5. The Home Depot Inc
    Cattle major consumer brandTimber major consumer brandRubber major consumer brandPaper/pulp major consumer brand
    0.37%0.37% of portfolio
    $109.37M$109.37M invested
    Cattle major consumer brandTimber major consumer brandRubber major consumer brandPaper/pulp major consumer brand
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DATA AS OF 1 Jul 2023
Financial performance
Performance data provided byMorningstarFind more financial data on at Morningstar.com
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
More invested in commodity producers 
0.35% more invested
More invested in banks and lenders 
0.51% more invested
Less invested in major consumer brands 
3.67% 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
More invested in commodity producers 
0.35% more invested
More invested in banks and lenders 
0.51% more invested
Less invested in major consumer brands 
3.67% 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
More invested in commodity producers 
0.35% more invested
More invested in banks and lenders 
0.51% more invested
Less invested in major consumer brands 
3.67% less invested
Month-end trailing returns  
Annualized returns
Deforestation analysis
1-yr
3-yr
5-yr
10-yr
Commodity producers
This fund
- TSP L 2050
12%
9.74%
7.87%
8.71%
0.56% 
Benchmark
IVV - iShares Core S&P 500 ETF
30%
12%
15%
13%
0.21% 
Fund compared to benchmark
 
-18.67%
-2.14%
-6.86%
-3.95%
0.35%  higher
Find more financial data on TSP L 2050 at Morningstar.com
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