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2021 Chinese Year of the Metal Ox Forecast
February 12, 2021 - January 20, 2022
By Nigel Hay Mckay
The new Year of the Ox starts 12th February 2021. A dynamic, yet peaceful and better year. Each animal in the Chinese zodiac is divided into elements with slightly different characteristics - this Yin Year is a White Metal Ox. Metal Ox's are strong, reliable, and can make unlucky events fortunate, but it takes hard work.
Predictions For This Year of The Ox
Harder, smarter and disciplined work will pay off for everyone. There'll be more environmental and spiritual focus, with advances in medicine and technology. A good year for lifestyle change, but stay focused, be cautious with money and look after your lungs.
This is the beginning of a transition from an industrial path to high-tech. Globally, things will remain fluid. Apart from coronavirus and political problems, there could be man-made and natural disasters. 2021 will bring challenges, so be prepared by getting everything in order.
In Europe, poorer countries will suffer economically. Unemployment will rise over 8% in the US, and the dollar weaken. There may be a terror attack in the Middle East. China will open more and perform well financially.
If You Are an Ox
Ox people make good leaders and are strong, patient, faithful and kind - but stubborn, slow and bad communicating. They plod on to finish their work.
This year will be tough for the ox, but perseverance will be rewarded with prosperity and luck. Focus on your goals and increase responsibility. You should do well with love, but save money and exercise more.
Best partners are a rat, snake or rooster - least harmonious with a goat, horse or tiger. Best jobs: anything routine, agriculture, manufacturing, pharmacy, engineering, arts, real estate or carpentry.
25/01/1925 to 12/02/26
11/02/37 to 30/01/38
29/01/49 to 16/02/50
15/02/61 to 04/02/62
03/02/73 to 22/01/74
20/02/85 to 08/02/86
07/02/97 to 27/02/98
26/01/2009 to 13/02/10
11/02/21 to 31/01/22
31/01/33 to 18/01/34.
Famous Ox People
Adolf Hitler, Barack Obama, Bruce Springsteen, Charley Chaplin, Dustin Hoffman, George Clooney, Jack Nicholson, Jane Fonda, Margaret Thatcher, Princess Diana, Vincent Van Gogh & Walt Disney
Lucky Colours: white, grey & yellow. Numbers: 1, 4, 7, 9. Gemstones: Lapis Lazuli. Western zodiac equivalent: Capricorn.
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