1950 – Metal Tiger Year
Those born between February 17, 1950 and February 5, 1951 are members of the Metal Tiger Chinese Zodiac sign. The TIGER is a born leader, fiercely competitive, and never afraid to fight. Tigers often get into difficult and hazardous situations because they live dangerously. Narrow-mindedness and suspiciousness are their greatest faults. Their careers exemplifies them as deep thinkers and careful planners. Tigers are likely to succeed in sales, personnel management. They can be a good military leader, supervisors, teachers, firemen, or police officers.
Year of the Metal Tiger
Under the influence of the Metal Element, the Metal Tiger becomes one of the most confident and self-interested of all the Tiger signs. When there is a goal that the Metal Tiger wishes to achieve, it will be met with focus and determination. In this sense, the Metal Tiger can be an exceptional leader, as long as their word is considered law. The Metal Tiger can be a great friend, but as an enemy, their uncompromising passion can prove to be very difficult to overcome.
The self-interest of the Metal Tiger makes material and professional gains very important in their life. In this sense, their drive for success and fearlessness would be well-suited for the competitive fields of business or perhaps entrepreneurship, which was the case for Metal tiger Richard Branson. Similarly, the Metal Tiger can find success in management, teaching or administration. Those born under the Metal Tiger sign can always pursue their dreams, no matter what obstacle; a fact that can be seen in the life of Stevie Wonder, who was also born in 1950.
At times, the passionate Metal Tiger runs the risk of being to self-centered and self-confident. In these times, the Metal Tiger has difficulty realizing their own shortcomings or flaws in logic. However, with time, the Metal Tiger can learn to consider the interests and opinions of others in their decision making process.
Metal Tiger in Relationships
Creative in their passion, Tigers will never bore their partners. They’re expressive, polite and trustworthy, but watch out. Tigers tend to dominate their relationships. This tendency is instinctive and when monitored closely, such behavior can be kept under control. Partners need to be equally active to keep up with the Tiger’s sense of adventure.
Assertive, competitive and sharp, once Metal Tigers set their sights on their goals there’s no stopping them. They’ll always do what’s necessary to remain at the center of attention. Metal Tigers tend to jump to conclusions; a behavior they need to work at improving.