What Your Chinese Zodiac Predicts For You in 2017

So what did your 2016 look like? Was it a good year for you?

So what did your 2016 look like? Was it a good year for you? Did your Zodiac sign accurately predict the kind of year that it turned out to be? Well, here we are yet again. Another year older, another year wise, and another year more fixed (or broken, depending on what kind of year you had) than before. Are you interested in knowing what kind of year you’re going to have according to the Chinese Zodiacs? Well, let’s not beat around the bush any longer! The year of the Monkey is coming to a close, and we should get ready to usher in the year of the Rooster! Here’s what’s in store for you in 2017 according to your Chinese Zodiac signs:

1. RAT (1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008)

Those who were born in the year of the Rat should brace for a very emotional 2017. You will be involved in multiple emotional struggles that involve quarrels, disagreements, and disputes. These quarrels may lead to bad financial luck so you should be ready for that. However, your love life is bound to bloom and find luck this year.

2. OX (1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009)

Happily for you, you’re going to have great luck in wealth. You’ll be drowning in more money than you’ve ever had in your life. However, with your heavy flow of cash, you’ll also have growing expenses, so you really won’t end up saving a lot of money by the year’s end. Luckily enough, you’ll have a very fit and healthy year in 2017. You will also have a good year at work and you might get a promotion.

3. TIGER (1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010)

You are doomed to have terrible fortune in 2017. You will have a good flow of cash coming in but your expenses will outweigh the cash that you’re bringing in! You will make bad investments and business decisions that will be bad for your bank account. However, you will have great luck in love and romance. It’s highly likely that you will meet the love of your life this year. – Continue reading on the next page

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