Positive Convexity: Amplified gains, soften losses

Power perpetuals exhibit positive convexity, a key feature that differentiates them from traditional leveraged products.

This means that favorable price movements yield greater positive returns compared to the absolute negative returns from equally sized unfavorable moves.

For example, a 10% increase in the underlying asset's price could result in a 21% return, while a 10% decrease might only lead to a 19% loss.

This asymmetry provides traders with built-in leverage that amplifies gains while softening the impact of losses, making power perpetuals a compelling option for risk-conscious traders seeking enhanced returns

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