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High Yield Bonds: Poised For A Good Year?

February 1, 2009
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Stocks are not the only asset class that could have significant rebound in the not-too-distant future. High Yield bonds had by far their worst year in 2008. Might now be a good time to get involved and ride the rebound of the high yield bond market? [Listing nine funds available for a diversified entry into high yield bonds…]
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