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Are You a Ox?

The Year of the Rat is the first in the Chinese zodiac cycle. The 12 zodiac animals are, in order: Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, and Pig. A Rat year occurs every 12 years.

  • Ox years: …1913, 1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009, 2021…
  • Lucky Colors: white, yellow, green
  • Lucky Numbers: 1, 4
  • Lucky Flowers: tulip, morning glory, peach blossom

The Chinese zodiac year is usually said to start from Chinese New Year, whose date ranges from late January to late February. Therefore, if you were born in January or February of the above years, you might be a Ox or a Rat.

Chinese Horoscope for Chinese Zodiac Ox – Year of Monkey 2016  

For people born in Ox years: 1913, 1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009

2016 for “Oxes” — A Smooth Year on the Whole

People born in a Year of the Ox will have a relatively smooth fortune in this Year of the Monkey. They will have bright prospects in their career. They can take the opportunity to stand out and achieve success; however, they should not be too complacent and supercilious when they achieve success.

They can avoid disputes and ensure success if they modestly maintain good relationships with their partners, colleagues, leaders, and team members.

Oxes will have clear minds in this Year of the Monkey, so they will have powerful creative and organizational abilities. Despite the many challenges they will face, they are bound to succeed.

Bright Career Prospects

People born in a Year of the Ox will have bright career prospects in this Year of the Monkey. In spite of small disruptions, they will still be fully creative and it is essential that they are not hesitant.

Moreover, the career fortune for Oxes will be extremely smooth in the third, seventh, eighth, eleventh, and twelfth Chinese lunar months, and they should seize the good opportunities.

One point that Oxes should know is that the support given by other people will be the key to their success. Those who are loved and supported by others will be prosperous. Wherever they go, they should remember to treat others with sincerity and be cooperative; otherwise, their chances of success will be largely reduced.

They should be careful and cautious against accidents in the fourth, fifth, and sixth Chinese lunar months.

Unstable Money-Making Opportunities

Money-making opportunities for people born in a Year of the Ox will be unstable. They should not long for a windfall or high profits at work. Instead, they should manage their finances carefully and be cautious when investing. They should also stay far away from gambling and any venture businesses.

People born in a Year of the Ox will have the most dismal monetary fortune in the first, sixth, and eleventh Chinese lunar months. They must manage their finances carefully or they will suffer great losses.

In the second and tenth Chinese lunar months, they will have a better fortune, and their wealth and power will also be good, although it will only last for a short time.

Good Health

People born in a Year of the Ox will have good health in this Year of the Monkey. Even if they sometimes have ailments, they will recover quickly by taking medicine. However, they should ensure they follow a healthy diet to avoid being susceptible to any illnesses. In particular, they must not take any drugs.

They should be especially careful when they go out at night in the sixth, eighth, and twelfth Chinese lunar months, and they must be wary of being attacked and robbed on the street. They should also watch out for the health of senior family members and must not be reckless.

Fickle Love and Relationships

People born in a Year of the Ox will have fickle relationships in this Year of the Monkey; therefore, they must be careful to nurture love. Also, they should not be too implicit and passive towards love or they will face difficulties.

It will be easy for them to have stormy relationships in the second, fifth, and eleventh Chinese lunar months. They must not act on impulse for fear that their relationship will break down. However, they will have smooth relationships in the fourth, seventh, and twelfth Chinese lunar months.

Love Compatibility: Is She/He Compatible with You?

Each animal sign has its unique characteristics. Love compatibility within the Chinese zodiac animals mostly takes the general characteristics of each animal into account. Only those whose characteristics match each others, can be good partners. The Ox is…

  • Best with: Rat, Monkey, or Rooster.
  • Worst with: Tiger, Dragon, Horse, or Goat.

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