Ask Price: $4,500
- Wall Street Fool has been Whitelisted by the Adblock Community
- Wall Street Fool is currently generating an average income of $215 per month
- Wall Street Fool has been featured on and has backlinks from very high page-ranked popular Financial Blogs and News Sites.
- Wall Street Fool has 440 Unique Articles/Blog Posts.
What is Wall Street Fool?
Wall Street Fool is a Financial Blog that provides unbiased analysis and commentary for Stocks, Bonds, Futures, FOREX, and Derivatives markets.
After working in the Financial Industry for 4 years as a professional Derivatives Trader, I decided to take a break from my high pressure job, and focus on my health and social life, as opposed to being chained to a cubicle, staring at flashing Green and Red lights, consumed by my job. I decided to trade for my own account, and in order to get over the boredom that comes along with Trading, I decided to start blogging about my Analysis/Experience/Opinions etc… much to my surprise, some of my blog posts went viral, and were featured on popular Financial Blogs/ Financial News Sites like ZeroHedge and International Business Times.
How Does Wall Street Fool Generate Revenue?
After experimenting with Google AdSense for a while, I decided to offer something that would actually add value to the life’s of WSF readers. As such, I started offering a Complete Stocks and Options Trading Course .via. Skype. I converted my readers into customers. If you visit Wall Street Fool, you can see a huge bold text-link in the header of every page that redirects to the Course info page. I offer the Course for $499, with an installment plan.
How can Wall Street Fool be Monetized?
Since I started Wall Street Fool as a way to keep myself engaged, I didn’t spend a lot of time on SEO, and optimizing the site for certain lucrative keywords. Even without extensive SEO campaigns, Wall Street Fool already ranks highly for some major keywords; mostly 1st and 2nd page on Google.
Wall Street Fool can be monetized through Google Adsense, Affiliate Programs, or by offering online Classes/Lectures for Finance related topics; example: Stocks and Options Trading Course, Accounting, etc…
WSF readers are willing to pay for educational services, as has been proven by the revenue that I’ve successfully generated by offering online Classes/Mentoring for Stocks and Options Trading.
Potential for Wall Street Fool?
Even though WSF was originally started as a Blog, WSF can be converted into a News Site or a Trade Recommendation Service, without spending a single cent on redesigning the Website. The Website is already simple, clean, and very light.
Wall Street Fool can easily become the next Politico or Huffington Post.
Why am I selling Wall Street Fool?
I’m going back to my 9 to 5 Job on Wall Street as a Professional Trader.
P.S: 99% of the Traffic is Organic Search Traffic. Majority of the Search Traffic is from Google, though over the past couple of months, Wall Street Fool has started getting some legitimate traffic from other search engines like Bing and Yahoo.
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