Predictions For Every Zodiac Sign In The Year of The Rat

Gong Xi Fa Cai and a Happy Lunar New Year! This year is the start of a new cycle, as we begin again with the Year of the Rat, the first of the twelve Chinese Zodiac signs.

In addition to buying new clothes and doing spring-cleaning, there are many other things that constitute Chinese New Year. For example, the Fengshui masters will use your Chinese zodiac sign to predict your luck and fortune for the year. You might be at risk of health problems, love life issues, or unscrupulous business practices.

Don’t worry; you don’t have to go through all of the different websites to find your predictions. We’ve compiled the most popular pieces of advice, and narrowed it down to one specific thing you should pay attention to this year.

Click on your zodiac sign below to continue reading in detail, or refer to the chart to quickly see what your zodiac sign should be aware of!

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Year of the Rat 2020

Year Of The Rat:

Born in 1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008

Do not let financial debt burden one’s worries for there are other things in life that could be more important. Set one’s priority right, take care of it without too much delay, and in the meantime, make whatever repayments necessary and do not incur additional debts. Make only purchases that are absolutely necessary and resist temptation of impulse spending.

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This is your year, the first of the 12 Chinese zodiac signs!

In 2020, Fengshui masters have predicted that you need to be wary of money problems; there’s a large chance of debt or bad financial luck. This spells bad news for that fancy purchase you’ve been eyeing; we’d suggest to put it off until next year, and focus on getting your basic finances in check.

Consider hiring a reputable financial consultant to help you sort this out, or take some financial planning classes to learn more about alleviating your debt quickly!

The principle of making money this year should be to accumulate less, not to become rich overnight.

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Year of the Rat Ox 2020

Year of the Ox:

Born in 1913, 1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009

(People born in the Year of the Ox are) careful about all aspects of life and diet. Therefore, they will not have any physical accidents, and will not be found in serious illness. If you take precautions, your body will be exceptionally healthy.

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Next year will be your year, so let’s focus on making sure you’re well and healthy in preparation. Many predictions show concern around the health of those born in the Year of the Ox, despite their generally self-disciplined nature.

This will undoubtedly cause worry, but the good part is, those born in the Year of the Ox are expected to manage this problem well. There’s an understanding that those born in the Year of the Ox will look into sports and healthy living in order to maintain their health this year.

Consider looking at Sports classes, or taking up something new you’ve always wanted to try. Ensuring that you’re physically strong will be a large part of 2020.

When they realize the importance of physical health, they will work out a detailed plan according to their time and stick to it meticulously, and adjust in time, according to their actual conditions. In view of this, their health in 2020 will be very good. Active exercise coupled with an undisputed mentality is a necessary and sufficient condition for physical health.

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Year of the Rat Tiger 2020

Year of the Tiger:

Born in 1914, 1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010

It is harmless to eat and drink, but you must not overdo it, no matter how delicious the food is, and if you don’t control your liquor intake, it will cause irreparable damage to the body.

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In 2020, those born in the Year of the Tiger will have similar issues as the Year of the Ox, with a slight change in focus. Instead of sports and fitness, those born in the Year of the Tiger need to pay attention to their consumption habits.

It can be immensely tempting to give in to your food vices, but this year, ensure that you spend equal time taking care of your body by filling it with nutritious foods and drinks.

Consider finally accepting that offer to learn how to boil herbal soups, or take up some cooking courses to expand your knowledge in the area.

Remember to consume plenty of nourishing drinks and supplements that help to strengthen one’s lungs and nerve system, also avoid deep-fried foods, fizzy drinks, and chocolates, and try to get plenty of rest.

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Year of the Rat Rabbit 2020

Year of the Rabbit:

Born in 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011

Men and women who already have love or are already married will enjoy the feeling of being loved and cared for this year.

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It’s going to be the year of love for those who are born in the Year of the Rabbit! In this Year of the Rat, don’t be closed off to romance; as you’re very likely to meet a potential partner in 2020.

Regardless of where you go, keep your mind and heart open, as that special someone could be found in the mutual friends, the office, or even at a random group meet-up!

For those who are already married or partnered up, spend some extra time focusing on your other half. It might finally be time to take a sweet holiday together, or take up some couple activities such as a baking class together, or learning a language together.

If you are without a partner, don’t worry, because you will meet the right person this year. 

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Year of the Rat Dragon 2020

Year of the Dragon:

Born in 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012

Office workers will have the opportunity to be promoted and receive a raise this year. As the promotion will come from the top, it will pose a threat for those who are now higher than their peers or supervisors.

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Those born in the Year of the Dragon are known for their intelligence, and this year, that will be rewarded financially. You might either get that promotion you’ve been gunning for, or your business deals and investments will bear fruit.

While this often means that it’s time to go even further, we would suggest staying low; your luck this year can attract jealousy and sabotage. Your good luck will be viewed with envy, and you don’t want your money to go out as fast as it comes in.

Learn how to manage this small windfall responsibly through some clever financial planning. Don’t show off too much!

For those in business, one is likely to secure or finalize some deals that have been in the pipeline for some time. Keep one’s head down and more prosperous opportunities will follow, provided one plays one’s cards right.

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Year of the Rat Snake 2020

Year of the Snake:

Born in 1917, 1929, 1941, 1953, 1965, 1977, 1989, 2001, 2013

(Those born in the Year of the Snake) have a strong pursuit of security. Once funds are available, they will use it for enjoyment. After all, their mantra is: “钱是王八蛋,没了咱再赚” (i.e. ‘We can always make more money if we have none’)

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This is an immensely good year for those born in the Year of the Snake; the Year of the Rat brings you fortune and luck across the board.

Basically, it’s time to buy 4D and Toto!

For those born in the Year of the Snake, travelling this year will not cost a lot of money, and there will be advantages in participating in prize activities.

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If you decide to travel, we would suggest making the situation easier by taking some language classes in advance; after all, the best way to save money is to speak like a local (and hence avoid the tourist prices)!

Overall, then, general concerns revolve around the management of your abundance of luck. There’s a high chance of overwork, and you might overextend yourself by signing up for too many activities.

Year of the rat Horse 2020

Year of the Horse:

Born in 1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002, 2014

As long as one is far sighted enough and exercises some control over one’s outgoings, things should turn out fine. On the other hand, perhaps one should consider safe investments with one’s extra cash.

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As the zodiac sign that’s opposite the Year of the Rat on the wheel, those born in the Year of the Horse have their fortunes tied to those born in the Year of the Rat.

In this case, this doesn’t bode well for their financial fortunes this year. There’s a high risk of overspending, especially during sale season. Don’t think that just because it’s cheap, it’s worth your money; everything adds up in the end.

It’s time to clutch your purse strings a little tighter this 2020, and focus on some safe ways to spend your money instead, such as only buying essentials or safe investments.

(Those born in the Year of the Horse are) a little bit uncontrollable. They should think through whether they should buy those things, and don’t pay for it just because others have said something. 

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Year of the rat Sheep 2020

Year of the Sheep:

Born in 1931, 1943, 1955, 1967, 1979, 1991, 2003, 2015

Do not take things for granted and try not to under-estimate each and every situation. If one is not careful one is likely to suffer from shoulder or thigh injuries.

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Similar to those born in the Year of the Ox, those born in the Year of the Sheep (or Goat) are going to be plagued with some health issues this year.

Don’t let that take you down; be wary of any small aches and pains, and seek medical help once anything is out of the ordinary.

There are many types of exercise you can also do at home to strengthen your body. From simple stretches in yoga classes to wrist and ankle support, there are multiple functional methods to help you be more limber and hence more resistant to injury.

(For those born in the Year of the Sheep), health is not ideal this year, so be sure to pay attention to changes in various indicators, and beware of failure to pay attention to problems. Don’t delay attending to symptoms.

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Year of the rat Monkey 2020

Year of the Monkey:

Born in 1932, 1944, 1956, 1968, 1980, 1992, 2004, 2016

There will be lots of incoming wealth but there will also be lots of unexpected expenditure. You must handle finance carefully to prevent finance problems. When meeting friends, you must differentiate between friends and money. If not, you will lose both in the end.

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In the Year of the Rat, those born in the Year of the Monkey will have to be a little more calculative. While they will be able to access fortune and wealth, they will also be too willing to share those opportunities around.

This isn’t generally a bad thing, but in 2020, this might backfire. Friends and money aren’t usually meant to mix, and this is why.

If this sounds hard to accomplish, we would suggest some life coaching in terms of business, so that you can learn how to manage your money and business opportunities.

(Those born in the Year of the Monkey) will find business opportunities that others haven’t noticed. However, although they are very generous on the surface, they still value money in their bones. There will be no problems in short-term cooperation. Once the interests get entangled, it is easy to provoke a lawsuit due to financial issues.

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Year of the rat Chicken Rooster 2020

Year of the Rooster:

Born in 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017

For those living as a couple, you’ll only think of creating a warm and positive climate at home and of preventing daily routine from crashing down into your existence. This will be a very good way to tend the fire of passion in your life as a couple. Single folks, you’ll aspire to find a great, passionate and exclusive love. Your wish might be fulfilled this time.

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It’s family time for Roosters in the Year of the Rat! For those born in the Year of the Rooster, it’s crucial (as it always should!) to keep your other half happy this year.

Those born in the Year of the Rooster tend to bring their work home and don’t find a point in separating family and work, but that’s not going to end up well this year. Even if you usually mix family and work easily, in 2020, we would suggest making sure your family is your priority.

Go on a romantic holiday, or just pay more attention at home, and spend more time together! Don’t give your other half an excuse to complain that they’re being ignored at home.

(Your other half’s) heart is not very happy, so (those born in the Year of the Rooster) should pay more attention to his other half, and not bring work into his personal life.

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Year of the rat Dog 2020

Year of the Dog:

Born in 1922, 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018

They will have a marked improvement in their business this year and will no longer be operating at a loss.


Congratulations; for those born in the Year of the Dog, it’s going to be a good career year! Look forward to pay raises, promotions, or even just to stop making a loss from your business.

The good thing is, you aren’t going to be inundated with a lot of extra costs and purchases as well, so you should be able to keep all the additional money you make.

Of course, this doesn’t mean you can just start flinging money around willy-nilly. This is a prime opportunity for you to save some extra money this year, and to prepare for your financial future. Ensure you’re able to make full use of this windfall, so take up some financial planning courses or find a reputable financial consultant.

As for those who are working, career luck is good and you will also receive help from guardians of nobility. Wealth luck is on your side too. One must learn the handling of finances, as it is crucial to your future.

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Year of the rat Pig 2020

Year of the Pig:

Born in 1935, 1947, 1959, 1971, 1983, 1995, 2007, 2019

2020 will be an extremely lucky year for all the people born in the year of the Pig.

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It’s time to celebrate because those born in the Year of the Pig have been predicted to have a marvelous 2020!

Last year was your year, so it’s the beginning of another cycle before it hits you again, but this isn’t a bad way to start off the cycle – predictions show fortune and wealth to come in the Year of the Rat.

Don’t be afraid to finally put some money aside for small investments and financial planning, as you’re primed to get some good out of these financial choices. However, please ensure that you have enough for your personal finances and family planning first, as we don’t know what your 2021 fortune will be.

In the year of 2020, fortunes are generally very good, and there are many opportunities for financial fortunes. Often, there are many small investments that coincide with each other, and the gains are considerable. 

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All of us at Tueetor wish you all a beautiful and prosperous
Lunar New Year in this Year of the Rat!