The leverage effect is often synonymous with the highest potential performance, and simultaneously with a significant increase in risk, which may lead to ruination. In this study, we will determine whether these preconceived notions are correct, and confirm whether the leverage effect is always synonymous with an increase in risk. We will specifically study the leverage effect of futures contracts, which does not involve any borrowing costs.
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