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After a ratty 2020, the Year of the Metal Ox looks poised to be an ox-spicious one for those born in the year of the Monkey, Dog, Horse or Tiger. However, if you’re an Ox, be prepared for an udderly crappy year. No bull.

“Don’t try anything that you are not confident in. The best hedge you can have against bad luck is to improve your skills, so pay attention to self-improvement, upskilling or retraining yourself,” Mark Tan, chief executive officer of the Way Fengshui Group, tells 8days.sg.

According to Mark, we will see a slight recovery in 2021, and while it’s still expected to be a rather challenging year, teamwork will ensure everyone achieves their goals: “There are a lot of benefactor stars and that means it is very important that we come together and help one another. If you really want to get somewhere without the help of others, it will be difficult."

Read on for your zodiac animal’s ranking this year and Mark’s tips to boost your huat factor.

Happy Niu Year!

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