TSP Tips

TSP Tips

By Investry, LLC.

  • Category: Finance
  • Release Date: 2013-11-01
  • Current Version: 3.1.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 38.39 MB
  • Developer: Investry, LLC.
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 9.3 or later.
Score: 4
From 188 Ratings


TSP Tips uses analysis to help you avoid market downturns and keep your retirement safe. We notify you when you should move your money between funds, and where to move it to; it's that simple. • Market analysis to maximize growth and minimize risk • We had positive gains during the 2008 financial crisis, and a 25% gain in 2013 • Backed by professional licensing and 20 years of PhD research, experience, and proven results We'll send you weekly market summaries with a recommendation on whether or not to move your funds (and where to move them to). Notifications are pushed right to your phone and your inbox, and to additional email addresses if you like. Start getting investment tips today with a free trial of up to 3 months, and about $5 a month after that. You can subscribe on an annual or monthly basis: • $59.99 annually (about $5 a month), with a 3 month free trial • $6.99 monthly, with a 1 month free trial All subscriptions are paid through iTunes at the time of purchase, and renew automatically within 24 hours prior to the end of the current subscription period. Auto-renewal will charge $59.99 for annual and $6.99 for monthly subscriptions. If you'd like to disable automatic renewal, you can do so at any time prior to the 24 hour period before the end of the subscription. This can be done by going to Settings -> iTunes and App Store, viewing your Apple ID and then tapping "Manage subscriptions". It is not possible to cancel an active subscription period. We believe good investment guidance should be available to everyone, and shouldn't require a finance degree or deep pockets. Making it to retirement is harder than ever, and we'd love to help you get there. Come visit us at https://www.tsptips.com. View our privacy policy and terms of use at https://www.tsptips.com/privacy.html.




  • Saved me enough on one tips to pay the app for 150yrs

    By The Woodrow
    I started using the app in June 2018, albeit not as assiduously as I did in July. Previously I followed Dave Ramsey’s 60/20/20 for C/S/I. In October I moved my funds per app suggestions and saved 9000$, avoiding the majority(40-85%) of the market volatility. That’s 150yrs of paying for the app.
  • Worth l my subscription fee.

    By JetFuelPerfume
    I started using TSP Tips in March 2018. They correctly anticipated the downturn in October 2918 and twice moved money out of the C Fund to the G fund just in time. Let’s hope they get the switch back at the correct time too.
  • Active participation

    By Lazy Onion
    I've put money into the various accounts without much thought on how my money was being managed. I looked at my account last fall, after listening to a radio personality discussing the in and outs of the funds with a guest caller. I decided I needed to pay more attention and found this app. I spend more money at my kids football games than I paid for this, so why not. Ive gone from 7% safe growth to just over 13% since October. I know the market is booming now, so time will tell. The app provides a means of tracking, that's all. They send you the emails for any recommendations. I wish it would have a notification for a new recommendation. It works... Aug ‘18 update: I was happy with the app until a recent update. I have an iPhone SE (smaller screen), when updating my balance, the sections to enter my percentages in show “What percentage in ...”. This is completely useless as it asks for a number only. Someone didn’t test this on a smaller device, it’s a mandatory field, so I end up entering 100 in the first row to continue. As for the services they provide, I ran 23% up until Twitter January, now I’m seeing a 8.3% this year. I’m overall happy with my investments.
  • Overall satisfied, needs some polish.

    By Iron1mike
    Recent issue with updates, likely a server issue, overall good experience with tsptips. Auto balance updates needs some tweaking. No option to specify traditional or Roth contributions. Allocation changes submitted over the weekend are not fully processed until Tuesday morning by tsp.gov. Would like to see some more robust future planning calculators. These can be found elsewhere, but convenience is important. Been a subscriber for two years and will continue to be. Just hope improvements become a factor of importance in the cuter
  • TSP Tips

    By Jrsips1
    The app keeps crashing and I cannot login.
  • Be smart...buy and hold.

    By JW12Ace
    It's better than leaving your money in G, but that said I found I get way better results being a Buy and Hold investor. You can't constantly time the market....you’ll hit the same as you miss. Stick with your stocks and you'll make money (buy and hold). I’ve tracked my B&H approach for 2 years against these recommendations and average 18% more than this app. Do your research and buy and hold on index funds.
  • Reset password

    By adtrfcryjct
    I forgot my password and every time I click “forgot password” it kicks me out of the app and won’t let me in. Find this extremely useless
  • Baloney!!!

    By BustTheCrap
    Just read the post by AlasCat posted Dec 20th 2017. Why do you think there are LifeCycle funds??
  • Simple, Easy, Safe

    By Engineer_wv
    When I started this app they had almost the same figures I had, plus or minus 10% investment [which apparently is a lot] but I'm no stock analyst. It's simple and easy and safe, you still manage the account, they just advise. I'm happy. Update: Looking back four years later, I'm still happy. Granted the market worm has turned but I went from 2-5% on my PIP doing it myself to 12-17% under their advice. Gangbusters! It's worth every cent to have this app. It's no guarantee as nothing in stocks ever is, but they know what they are doing, far better than me.
  • What a bunch of baloney!

    By AlasCat
    This app is nothing more than a means to get you to sign up for their monthly fees. Don't be fooled. And when they claimed that they made money in 2008 when the economy tanked, let's see some proof. Was this service even in business then? And then there's the reviews. Several different (4&5 star) reviews mention the "nominal" fees. Odd word to have pop up in several different reviews. Sound suspicious to you? Me too. If you don't know enough about timing the markets to shift your investments around, what makes you think that these guys know any more? Because of their undocumented claims and some ginned up reviews on their app? Put your money in the lifecycle funds and go about your life. That's what they're there for.