Here on AstrologyBay, we’ve begun a series delving into each of the different Chinese Zodiac signs and their traits for each unique year. As we’ve mentioned in previous articles, you could share the same sign as someone else born a different year and have entirely different characteristics and ambitions. Although, this isn’t necessarily always seen in Western Astrology, which is why we wanted to dive into the Chinese Zodiac today.
More than anything, the Chinese Zodiac has taught us how different we truly are from others, even if we share the same sign. And because each year is unique, we wanted to pick a single year to delve into to talk about and the influence it has on this particular sign. And today, our focus is on the 1990 year of the Chinese Zodiac. So, whether you’re a horse sign or just looking to learn more about the Chinese Zodiac in general, we’re going to break it all down for you today in it’s simplest terms to help you better understand someone born in the year 1990. Let’s get started.
What sign is the 1990 year of the Chinese Zodiac?
To start, the year 1990 corresponds with the sign of the horse. Previous years where the horse sign influenced us was in 1918, 1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002, and 2014. The next horse year will be 2026.
1990 Horse Sign Overview
- Lucky numbers: 3 and 7
- Lucky colors: Purple and brown
When it comes to their overview, the horse is a very enthusiastic, happy, and friendly sign. With their happy-go-lucky demeanor, this sign is usually a leader to their peers and tends to be fairly easy-going. Because of their natural leadership and independent qualities, the horse loves to always be doing something. This sign has a lot of friends around them and makes them effortlessly. This is very important, as this sign hates being alone and can become quite depressed when they are.
Alternatively, the horse is also quite stubborn and doesn’t like to be told what to do. They struggle significantly with preparing for the future & saving money and tend to splurge when it’s not necessary. Thus, they can struggle with mature choices in regards to money as an adult and will need guidance to succeed with it. In addition to that, the horse also struggles with sticking to something long-term and often falls short when it comes to their goals, making them less reliable than others. For this reason, they need someone around them who is willing to encourage them gently on their goals, but not push them to the point where they feel like they aren’t in control. You can read more about the horse and their personality traits in the Chinese Zodiac here.
- Best career: Sales representative, public speaker, or performer
Next, because the horse is so energetic and natural when it comes to socializing, they would excel best in a career where they can be a leader. A few excellent job ideas for a horse might include a sales representative, public speaker, or even a performer. A career choice such as this would allow the horse the freedom to lead, teach and converse with others from all over, which is something they are a natural at.
- Best match: Rabbit, Sheep, or Tiger
- Worst match: Ox, Rat, or Rooster
When it comes to love, the 1990 year of the Chinese Zodiac sign, the horse, values freedom more than anything and does not do well in a controlled relationship. Although they may sometimes seem like players, when they find someone worthy, they will fall quickly. In a relationship, they tend to have a realistic view in regards to expectations and stay faithful as long as they are treated properly. If the horse feels they are being controlled or restricted in any aspect of their life, they will retreat from the relationship without hesitation. You can also read more about the horse’s compatibility and love chart in our article here.
2020 Horoscope Overview:
And lastly, when it comes to the 1990 year of the Chinese Zodiac overview and predictions for 2020, it is likely a new love will come about this year. This will be love, unlike any before that will be long-term and may even lead to marriage.
On your career front, this isn’t the best year for you. This year it will seem as though you are always living paycheck to paycheck, which can be stressful. This ultimately can take a toll not only on your finances but also on your health and happiness. For this reason, it is a great year to pull back and take it easy. This is not a good year to act on impulses, new business ideas, or make any sudden decisions. Rather it is a time for patience. Trust us, the stars are telling you better times are ahead, and this is only temporary, but you must relax and rejuvenate this year in order for that to happen. Better times are coming, be patient.
In conclusion, whether you are a horse sign or just looking to learn more about the 1990 year of the Chinese Zodiac, we hope this article was helpful to you along your journey. And if you’re looking for additional information on the Zodiac as we crack the code like never before, be sure to check out our other articles, such as this one here on the Chinese Zodiac, to learn more.