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Feng Shui Predictions

>> Sunday, February 14, 2010

The previous year of the Golden Tiger was 1950, a year that saw the Dow Jones Index gain significantly and end the year on a high. However, Tiger-years are typically marked by dramatic changes and even upheaval.

2010, much like the tiger itself, sees an energetic and powerful, but impulsive and risky, year ahead.

For equities, the markets will be volatile with a surge in the first month followed by a decline that turns upwards in June, dips, and then swings up again in September to see the Golden Tiger roar by January 2011.

With this Tiger year’s heavenly stem being metal, gold is set to have a great run and could break US$2,000/oz. In fact, commodities of all stripes will fair well including silver, copper, zinc and aluminum.

Those regarded as ‘wood’ will also do very well: pulp and paper, clothing and pharmaceuticals. ‘Fire’ and ‘earth’ elements, thus technology, power, telecoms and property will have a good year but ‘water’ related sectors will be challenged, translating to a bumpy time for shipping, airlines, logistics, autos and transport.

Looking ahead month-by-month:

  • February will bring fantastic opportunities for those sharp enough to recognise them and fast enough to grab them.
  • March signals the start of three bumpy months, but there’ll be no shortage of good trades for those brave enough.
  • April, the influence of the stars of misfortune is especially disruptive.
  • May will have a feisty first few weeks.
  • June heralds a great month but maybe not the best for betting, although the 21 June summer solstice is especially auspicious and gold may surge.
  • July is more relaxed with time to enact long-cherished plans and projects.
  • August sees the return of volatility and precious metals look set to break upwards, especially gold, silver and copper.
  • September, the trend is upwards and a mixture of considered and idle speculations offers the possibility of eye-popping returns.
  • October is possibly one of the best months of the year, with life returning to the markets. It marks the return of a sustained drive upwards that continues into November, December and January. Each of the last three months features an auspicious date; 17 November, 8 December, 16 January.
In terms of the Zodiac, a great year lies ahead for those born in the years of the Dragon, Sheep and particularly, the Horse. A relatively good year is in store for Rats, Cows, Rabbits, Roosters, Dogs and Pigs, while it will be a bumpy ride for Tigers, Snakes and Monkeys.

The Golden Tiger year will favour China’s wealthiest woman, Nine Paper’s Zhang Yin, a Rooster in the Chinese zodiac. For China’s wealthiest man, BYD CEO Wang Chuanfu, a Horse, the sun will continue to shine. And for Buffet, also a horse, the future looks just as bright. He is about to enter the most financially lucky period of his life.

Look forward to see how accurate is this prediction by Asia’s leading independent brokerage and investment group that launches the CLSA Feng Shui Index (‘CLSA FSI’).

Having a roaring tiger year ahead, Happy New Year!

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