Addressing Premiums - propose 0.01% weighting on long farms

There are some persistent premiums that need to be proactively addressed. Namely, take Robinhood (HOOD). The stock has been trading at 5-8% premium since IPO. Partly its due to the fact that the yield on farming long is so high that makes for some lazy positions looking to earn that yield. This premium obviously penalizes short positions as they cannot fully materialize their gains from shorts as they have to buy back stock at 8% premiums. I also like the idea of increasing the farming rewards for short, maybe this can be given from the rewards going to the lazy longs