1990 Chinese Zodiac - Metal Horse Year
Those born between January 27, 1990 and February 14, 1991 are members of the Metal Horse Chinese Zodiac sign. HORSE year people are popular and hard workers. They have financially sound minds and are adept at handling money matters. Whether male or female, Horse personalities feel more comfortable in the company of their own kind. They are independent and self-willed individuals who never take advice. Horse people should choose a field as a dentist, financier, banker, or politician.
With the unbending influence of the Metal Element, the Metal Horse becomes the most strong-willed and bold of all the Horse types. In this sense, the Metal Horse is not one to be tied down in any aspect of their life. Instead of making commitments, the Metal Horse prefers to take a more untamed approach to life, seeking out variety in all that they do. Confident and self-interested, the Metal Horse is always looking for ways to reach their desired level of success in an adventurous way. Although the Metal Horse can be hard to predict, they can gain many admirers and followers as a result of their engaging enthusiastic and action-oriented nature.
Although the spontaneous Metal Horse may have trouble selecting a career, their nature skills and presence will allow for success in a variety of fields. The Metal Horse may do well in exciting careers such as journalism, art, public relations or communications. Similarly, the enthusiasm of the Metal Horse could do well in public relations or advertising. Those born under the Metal Horse sign have been known to find success in performance on film. This was the case for Emma Watson and Kristen Stewart, who were both born in 1990.
While the confident Metal Horse has many strengths to offer, their personality also has its downfalls. With a truly free spirit, the Metal Horse’s biggest challenge may be committing to anything in life. Similarly, their interests become so varied that the Metal Horse can spread their efforts to thin and fail to find focus. In order to counter these problems, the Metal Horse needs to put effort into.
Metal Horse in Relationships
Horses, being spontaneous, have a tendency to fall fast and hard for others. They tend to give themselves fully in each new relationship a quality that ends up chipping away at their inner being. Fortunately, this exhausting trait mellows with age and relationships are stronger and more stable later in life.
Free-spirited in every sense of the word, commitment is the easiest way to scare Metal Horses away. They prefer jumping from one relationship or job to the next. Because of this, Metal Horses make better friends than partners.