The high-yield market has been going great guns this year. The indexes are posting returns of about 8%, and the average high-yield mutual fund generated 9.2% so far this year, according to data from Lipper.

This is of course lower than last year’s record 57%. But that was obviously unsustainable since it was largely due to the fact that 2008 was so bad.

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