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What 2019 has in store for you, based on your Chinese zodiac sign

Will the year of the Earth Pig be your year to shine? Or does 2019 spell disaster?

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Chinese zodiac year ahead
What 2019 has in store for you, based on your Chinese zodiac sign
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The key to understanding 2019 lies in the natural element the year belongs to: Earth. As 2018 was the year of the Earth Dog, this new year will be the year of the Earth Pig, according to the Chinese zodiac.

What that means is that the new Chinese year will encapsulate the nature of the pig—sturdy, determined, generous—in a way that is more grounded than, for example, it would manifest in a Fire year.

The coming year, 2019, will see a steady increase in wealth and more room for growth than 2018. 



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