Year of the Rat, Dragon, and Tiger Are Animal Signs Lucky This 2015

Those born in the Year of the Rat, the Dragon, and the Tiger are the animal signs will be extremely lucky this year (2015) according to Feng Shui expert Dr. Anthony Fugoso in an interview with ABS-CBN’s Radio Program DZMM.

Year-of-the-Sheep-2015-PredictionsYear of the Rat are those born in 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008 while Year of the Dragon 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012, 2024 and Year of the Tiger are those born in 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998 and 2010.

Fugoso said that all three signs mentioned above are blessed with the “wealth star,” which suggests a prosperous year in terms of money, and said that those born under the animal signs should look to start a business to take advantage of the several opportunities that will come this year.

He also predicted that those born in the Year of the Rabbit will still be “lucky” as it shares a “harmonious” relationship with the Sheep. While those born in the Year of the Snake will need to travel more and spend time with their family in order to attract more luck, while those born under the Year of the Monkey will only prosper on the business side of things.

Fugoso warned those born in the Year of the Horse of their health, and said that they will need to be extra careful when it comes to driving on the road.

While hose born in the Year of the Dog will need to stop from engaging in extramarital affairs, spend more time with their family as it will also attract more luck.

Those born in the Year of the Rooster and the Ox will experience “bad luck” compared to the other animal signs.

Ox will need to be avoid dangerous activities like hiking while Roosters was warned to stay away from hospitals and cemeteries so as not to worsen their luck.

For those born in the Year of the Pig, Fugoso only warned of being a little too trustful.

Those born in the Year of the Sheep will only experience moderate luck this year and will need to focus on their diet and exercise.

2015 is the Year of the Wooden Sheep, which will officially start on February 19, Chinese New Year.