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High Yield: Why You Still Need It

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Thu, 2 May 2013

From December of 2008 (near the end of the financial crisis) through 2012, high yield bonds were one of the world’s bestperforming asset classes, with an annualized return of 22%. The next best performer, emerging markets equity, returned 19.7%. Notably, high yield’s outperformance was achieved wit

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