2010 year of the Tiger for your zodiac sign will complete the transformation cycle of many years. The December of 2009 brought changes in all spheres of Aquarius' life, who step into a new year renewed, inspired and full of creative potential. Now in 2010 year of the white metal Tiger natives of the zodiac sign Aquarius may experience a social re-orientation. In other word in 2010 year of the white Tiger you may become a politician or ideologist, stand in charge of a big company and procure solid income; you may as well obtain patronage of an influential person or help of the authoritative friends. At some stage in the 2010 year Aquarius will get a chance to earn money in a new, different way. The difficulties are hard to avoid (while in horoscope 2010 planet Saturn and Neptune in your sign are conflicting), but they will be mainly connected with your private life.
November and December of 2009 have already brought some favorable changes to your career, and in 2010-year of the white Tiger you just have to follow the chosen line and develop the outlined plans. March and November 2010 are ideal for conclusion of new profitable contracts. At this time of the 2010 year of the Tiger you will be able to do all you have to do and to finish all affairs because you won't experience lack of energy and enthusiasm. In late August Mars and Jupiter in Aquarius' 2010 horoscope will conflict which may result in some difficulties for your sing.
The 2010 year of the metal Tiger in Aquarius' private life will be a year of victories, and, alas, a year of insurmountable obstacles. On the one hand, even the most timid Aquarius will be active in winning the sympathy of object of affection; will be courteous and seductive, because they carry a supply of passion and optimism. On the other hand, conflicting Mars and Jupiter in horoscope 2010 make Aquarius unexpectedly impatient, coarse and impetuous, inclined to thoughtless actions. However, in autumn 2010 things will settle down, and you will understand that your partner wants to propose what you expect of him/her, to make or accept a proposal or to give you some time to understand what you feel.