Agree 100%Adsense Site: a site that exists solely as a place to hang adverts. Little or no original content. Sometimes used for SEO providing backlinks to promote another site.
Navigation is poor and there is no consistant layout theme
Content... where money is involved people want facts and figures not user comments to some generic self help waffle.
FACTS and FIGURES -> what bank is offering what interest rates , deposit amounts required, eligability criteria and so forth.
On the flipside anybody landing there would be mighty tempted to click on the adverts to escape and that's what you and google want. The problem is that the content is so poor the site will appear well down the rankings and be unlikely to be found by anybody.
However do remember: GOOGLE IS NOT STUPID.. they know all the tricks so..
clicking on your own ads, or asking friends/ family to do it say once or twice a week will get the account closed and you forfiet any earnings.
Don't take the comments to heart Flipperman, have banged out more than a few similiar sites myself over the years. Many, if not all of them are bloody awful compared to yours.
Writing content is a problem for any website starting up because you're bogged down trying to design and code as well. For 'fluffer' content I would suggest Wiki-News-Financial section as there is no copyright apart from a creative commons attribution requirement. Basicaly at the end of each article you tell visitors where you got the original text from, though it's allways a good idea to rewrite portions in order to add your own personal touch of flavour.
How you get that content is ultimately your choice: It helps if you can persuade a friend to perform several hours of cut and pasting, alternatively there is 'data intergration... scraping is such an ugly word where a webserver automatically copies new information from another site to yours but that's a bit more advanced.