April is here! Seriously, April is from an astrological point of view a very important and unique month. The slow moving planets (Saturn who moves from one to another sign each 2.5 year and Jupiter who moves to another sign each year) will enter new zodiac signs. Saturn , the planet associated with karma, hard work, determination and time, will move to its own sign Aquarius this month where it will stay till July 2022. From there on, Saturn will go in retrograde motion to Capricorn till January 2023. Jupiter, the planet of expansion, prosperity and growth, will move to its own sign Pisces in April 2022 and will stay there for a year. Another significant planetary movement is the North Node Rahu and South Node Ketu change signs in March. Rahu and Ketu change signs every 1.5 year and are 180 degrees apart and move backwards. Now Rahu and Ketu entered Aries and Libra, the sign of Venus and Mars. Because April is a month of many planets changing signs (slow moving planets such as Jupiter and Saturn) but also Mars and and Sun. This month will give an overview of the energy shift taking place in 2022 for every ascendant or moon sign.
Are you curious what March will hold for you? Find our monthly astrological predictions from your sun, moon and ascendant sign for March 2022.
Do you feel it in the air? We are slowly heading towards spring which means a shift in energy is present. You may feel lazy and exhausted– the junction of winter to spring can be lethargic and you may feel drained at times. From an astrological point of view: March and April are important months. Moreover, from 28th of February till 2nd of March 5 planets will be in Capricorn (Saturn, Mercury, Mars, Venus and moon), followed by a new moon in Aquarius where Jupiter and Sun are currently residing. These days it’s important to stay calm and grounded by walking bare feet, inhaling and exhaling deep breaths, writing down what you are grateful for and by stretching your body with yoga.
We apologize for a slightly delayed astrology forecast for February due to personal circumstances. Mercury turns direct on the 4th of February. For many of us this might be a relief. So, what does February have in store? Well, the universe is always in motion. The Sun will enter the sign of Aquarius on February 13, Mars will enter Capricorn (the sign it exalts) on the 26th of February followed by Venus on the 27th of February. Currently Mars and Venus are a few degrees apart – and they will be closer in degrees around Valentine’s Day. To be precise, the exact conjunction of Mars and Venus will happen on February 16th in the sign of Sagittarius. Expect passion or passionate fights. Besides the planets transiting from one to another sign, another important event is happening this month. Saturn will transit to the nakshatra of Dhanistha (ruled by Mars) on February 17th.
*Disclaimer: This blog post is not a financial advice, nor connected with a recommendation to buy or sell shares, but an educational article for those who are interested to know about investing in the stock market, written by DisiCouture.com contributor and finance advisor
When you invest you want to make as much return as you can. It should be noted that winners in the market are made by making decisions which make you closer to your investment goal. Sometimes, that even means going in the opposite direction.
If you are looking for ETFs to give your portfolio a boost then don’t look further. An ETF is a diversified portfolio of shares. Just see it as a basket of shares of several companies packaged together. The plus point? You don’t have to research the stocks and you don’t have to actively maintain your portfolio. Because you don’t manage your portfolio yourself you pay a small fee to the manager of the ETF.
Mercury is currently in retrograde motion in the sign of Capricorn according to the sidereal system of astrology. During this Mercury Rx period expect some unexpected news, revelation, and changes in government, power, and higher authorities. On a global level Capricorn is the sign of economy and finances, so the stock market may drop, get slower, or perhaps change in the dynamic of the economy or finances.
Venus is currently retrograde from 19th December till 29th of January 2022. What does this mean?
When a planet is retrograde it means that a planet is going in backward motion from earth. In reality, it’s just an illusion created by the earth’s orbit and motion of planets revolving around the sun.
Hello 2022! According to numerology 2+2+2=6 and the number 6 is the year of Venus. In numerology the number 6 is the year of marriage, business partnerships, getting into new relationships but at the same time it can tear down what is already there to gain something new.
New year is just around the corner– 2022 will be a year where there will be some major planetary shifts. The slow moving planets (Saturn who moves from one to another sign each 2.5 year and Jupiter who moves to another sign each year) will enter new zodiac signs.
Saturn, the planet associated with karma, hard work, determination and time, will move to its own sign Aquarius in April 2022 where it will stay till July 2022. From there on, Saturn will go in retrograde motion to Capricorn till January 2023. Jupiter, the planet of expansion, prosperity and growth, will move to its own sign Pisces in April 2022 and will stay there for a year.
Another significant planetary movement is the North, Node Rahu and South Node Ketu changing signs in March 2022. Rahu and Ketu change signs every 1.5 year and are 180 degrees apart and move backwards. Now Rahu and Ketu are in Taurus and Scorpio and from March 2022 Rahu will enter Aries and Ketu Libra.
*Disclaimer: This blog post is not a financial advice, nor connected with a recommendation to buy or sell shares, but an educational article for those who are interested to know about investing in the stock market, written by DisiCouture.com contributor and finance advisor.
In 2008, a programmer or a group under the pseudonym ‘Satoshi Nakamoto’ introduced a new electronic money system named Bitcoin. Bitcoin is a decentralized system that allows users to use the internet to perform transactions without relying on authorities or financial institutions. By doing so, Bitcoin challenges the most sacred of government monopolies. The notion of sovereignty is being pulled away from governments in ‘favor’ of individuals.
Cryptocurrency backers hope to create a world where money is completely disconnected from politics and not constrained by borders. After Bitcoin was introduced slowly other cryptocurrencies were introduced. Bitcoin is mainly used as a form of payment and has ‘limitations’ when it comes to upscaling. Therefore an alternative to Bitcoin was created, namely altcoins which are mostly funded by investors and have an unlimited potential. Besides bitcoin and altcoins there are also stable coins. The name itself suggests that it’s a stable asset whose price is pegged to fiat currency such as the Euro and dollar or to exchange-traded commodities such as silver and gold. Because they are tied to a legal asset they are not volatile.