Kappa - Kappa measures how sensitive the price of an option contract is to the changes in the volatility of the underlying asset. Volatility takes into account current price changes, historical price changes, and potential future price movements. Volatility is a term used to describe the magnitude and rate of price changes for a trading instrument, such as an option.
Keltner Channels -A volatility-based technical analysis indicator displaying a moving average line in the center of the channel, along with channel lines above and below the moving average line. Keltner Channel indicator is comparable to Bollinger Bands, which set their bands using the standard deviation. The Average True Range (ATR) is used by Keltner Channels to determine channel distance instead of the standard deviation. Usually, two Average True Range values are established above and below the 20-day EMA for the channels. The ATR determines channel width, while the exponential moving average determines direction. With the use of channel breakouts and channel direction, Keltner Channels, a trend-following indicator, can be utilized to spot reversals and trend directions. When the trend is flat, channels can also be utilized to spot overbought and oversold levels.
Kicker candlestick - A reversal candlestick pattern made of two candles with the opening price of each candle occurring around the same price level, but moving in the opposite direction. The trend suggests a significant shift in investors' perceptions of a security. This major shift in market sentiment typically takes place after important information about a company, sector, or economy is made public.
Knowledge capital - Knowledge capital is an organization's intangible value made up of its relationships, relationships, learned skills, learnt procedures, and innovations. In other terms, knowledge capital refers to all of an organization's knowledge.