17 February 1931 – 5 February 1932
5 February 1943 – 24 January 1944
24 January 1955 – 11 February 1956
9 February 1967 – 29 January 1968
28 January 1979 – 15 February 1980
15 February 1991 – 3 February 1992
1 February 2003 – 21 January 2004
Compatible Zodiac – Rabbit, Horse, Pig
Wealth star is shining brightly with substantial main income and investments will reap favorable returns, so save up for your future. Good time to go into diverse investments or start new business with proper planning.
Stay low profile and keep your valuables out of sight to avoid any thefts or robberies.
Career luck is promising in 2019 with a lot of opportunities awaiting and support from benefactors bring you to a greater height in your work. Working indivduals will expect promotions and pay increments.
For those in business, everything becomes smooth sailing and unobstructed with the blessing of the lucky stars
For business owners, you might want to consider expanding your business into different markets or regions.
This year will be a stable year for relationships but however, your other half may find your moodiness hard to deal with at times, so remember to take care of their feeling too.
For those in relationship, it might be a year to cement your bond and create unforgettable memories that last for life.
In 2019, there is no major illness to be worried about and your energy level is in good shape. Having frequent meet up with friends will keep you in good spirits.
Despite of the good health outlook, do not take it for granted. Make sure to exercise, rest and maintain a healthy routine.
This Goat Chinese Zodiac forecast starts from February 5, 2019 and end in January 24, 2020.
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