Year of the ROOSTER in 2018

ROOSTER FORECAST FOR 2018 by The Mala Tree:

On February 16, the Year of the Dog will officially enter 2018.  The ROOSTER sign’s Luck Rating for 2018 is 6 Stars out of 10.  You will enjoy incredible success luck this year.  

Exhausted from the previous year, 2018 will offer you a much needed peace and quiet as this will be a period to recharge and for slowing down. If you have been working very hard or have been under great stress the previous year, this is the time for you to reassess your health and improve on your emotional stability. 

Any concerns, troubles, and issues you may have had will unlikely have an impact in your life this year - the key is for you to not these resurface as they are trivial and will not have a real impact on you. Regular meditation may help you clear your thoughts and emotions as you start anew. 

This year’s financial situation must be dealt with a cautious hand as you could suffer a significant loss. At the start of the year, purchase some assets that will not decrease in value to keep you afloat should times get rocky in the year. The presence of the Indirect Wealth Star also means that    You will benefit from having a side income.

In the workplace, better stick to your tasks as plans you have made for some new projects might derail you from your current responsibilities. Also, when an opportunity to travel arises, grab it as it can open new doors for you and your ventures. 

The single Rooster will have great prospects in the love department as the Peach Blossom Luck makes an appearance in your sign. Couples who are considering marriage should take this opportunity to settle down as things are looking rosy for the rooster. Married roosters will see multiple momentous occasions this year as they will be peppered with happy times.

Health takes its toll this year for the rooster as fatigue, illnesses, and stresses will have troubling effects on you this 2018. Keep a healthy routine, a balanced diet, and a worry-free attitude and these ailments will be kept at bay.