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March 1-7, 2021: Weekly financial astrology predictions

Financial Astrology forecast for the week of Mar 1, 2021 — On March 1-5 (especially on the 4th), expect increased news about travel, shipments, communication, and education, as well as about lawsuits and laws affecting these areas. For example, we may hear about lawsuits aimed at airlines, IT companies, social media companies, education entities, etc. — these could focus on improving the flow of information or improving travel conditions. Some new laws may also be passed to facilitate the movement of people and goods over long distances (esp. by train, planes, and electric vehicles). Also, increased news about education, students, and young people — there too may be focus on laws governing travel, immigration, as well as the use of high tech solutions, including mobile apps and electric vehicles. For example, some new app comes out that enables students to connect faster, or, some app makes a transition from being for local use only to an international audience. Continue reading

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Financial Astrology Predictions for 2021

2021 Astrology Forecast Highlights:

*January 2021 looks to be a wild month. Market volatility and accidents, especially around 1/24/2021.
*Apr 8-9 and Sep 1-3, 2021 — Focus on oil, gas, navy; possible major market drops (immediately followed by rallies).
*April, August, and December of 2021 — Increased focus on gold prices and the value of US dollar. Gold prices may reverse at those times; this may be related to the US monetary policy changes.
*End of June through early July — another tense time period with market volatility and increased probability of major accidents.
*Saturn square Uranus on/off (2021-2022) — Ideological clashes, geopolitical tensions, slow-simmering battle between entities favoring more radical/revolutionary/no limit approach and entities favoring status quo/slow/controlled approach. Scientific advancements in aerospace, IT, high tech, telecoms, etc. but with delays, restrictions, and losses (e.g., a space project suffers a loss, which leads to tighter regulations and innovations to correct the flaw). Continue reading

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