# APY for INF

**Yield
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Yields will vary depending on the number of LSTs, trading volume of those LSTs, TVL in the pool, TVL in other LPs, etc. A base staking return (a weighted average of the LSTs in the pool) of ~7.5% plus variable returns from trading fees on top of that should be expected.
**Performance Drift
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Some LSTs have better staking returns than others and will drift in value over time. If Infinity is overweighted with poor-performing LSTs, this will affect the APY of **INF** holders.

The yield accrued in **INF** is a combination of staking yields from the LST basket plus trading fees. A poorly-performing LST (in APY terms) could be a strong contributor to **INF**’s total returns if it sees strong trading volume. So it’s not the case that **INF** should only hold high-APY LSTs. Nonetheless, the pool manager can adjust fees (or manually rebalance) to reduce the pool’s holdings of poor-performing LSTs.

In the Rebalancing section, an assumption was made that the pool manager wanted to maintain a 50-50 bSOL-scnSOL ratio. But that is of course arbitrary. The pool manager should target an allocation that maximises yields for **INF** holders (while maintaining a minimum amount for each LST), but what that allocation looks like exactly is impossible to answer at this time.

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