Bull in the China shop
Reading our forecast is relatively simple. We adopt Li Chun, 4 February, as the traditional spring start to the year, and use a fortune scale to indicate the relative size of the Hang Seng’s likely movement each month.
The year should start well, as industrious Rat's hard work will carry over into the Ox year. It will be sometime in March before everyone realises the Ox has been sleeping on the job. In the late spring, these two zodiacs will resolve their issues and the Ox will rouse itself and get to work. During summer, the living is more than easy and the Ox will plough through financial fields day and night. We expect this rally to peak around August, and the autumn harvest will see profit-taking as well as a short, sharp decline caused by the conflict between two of the twelve earthly branches. After a modest drop, the remainder of the year will see a slow recovery and then a strong final push through winter’s end.
Our Earth Rooster has the White Tiger star this year, which may lead to issues arising from structural uncertainties. However, any damage will be minimal as assistance from the court via the Salary and Merit star is available. Although weak, the Golden Cabinet star is also present and could see stocks associated with data collection and other valuable information repositories flourish.