I had a quick look at your site to begin with to give me some ideas
and it occurred that this is a very interesting "reverse research"
question since we need to find the keywords that we would use to find
Therefore I performed a very simple search on google to begin with by
entering "Stocks Keywords". From this search I selected an E-zine list
which helpfully included keywords used for various other similar
Some of the Keywords found here are: Investments, Markets, funds,
equities, money, finance, portfolio, wall street, investing,
financial, stockmarket, business, economy, options, commodities,
futures, trading, etc.
There is a page full of similar terms on the page. My personal
favourites, which I felt were most suited to your needs were "Markets,
Wall Street, portfolio, investing"
Further down the list of hits for "Stocks Keywords" I found another
which included more terms.
investing, online, market, trading, investors, investor, business,
finance, economic, analysis
I did try using some of the keywords, for further searches, i.e.
"Investment Keywords", "Markets Keywords", but it became much like a
thesaurus in that the same keywords were printed up.
I then looked back at your website and noted some of the terminology
in the text. Some of these words, I felt would be ideal keywords and
obviously the odder the words or combination of words, the more potent
For example if I search simply "Investments" in Google, I get
However, If I search "Investments Bear" I am down to 530,000 hits. Add
"Wall Street" and I am down to 71000 hits. If I searched 3 common
words like "Market Investments Money" Then my hits are still in the
Therefore, I looked at your web site to find the main areas of
relevance and tried to predict what people might type if they were
looking speculatively for a company of this type and compared this
with the used Keywords from the Initial searches in the first part of
The most relevant Keywords for your site in my opinion would be,
"Wall Street, Portfolio, Investing, Spread, Money, Futures,
Investment, analysis, U.S., Opportunity, Investors, Capital, Buying,
"Bull, Bear, Profit, Price, Trends, Experts, Advice"
You may also find these sites interesting as they deal with the issue
of popular keywords in the fields we are talking about.
This one is very interesting as it reports on the dollar value of
As you will note, I have selected the link for a page which is mid
search because the keyword "money" lies at the 108 place and is the
176 most popular keyword. If you look through this site there are many
options to look through over various search engines to establish the
value and click through rates of the most popular 2000 words.
I hope this helps.