Chinese Astrology: Kuei Yu year, meaning Roster in the Hen Roost.
The Sixty-Year Cycle Chinese Calendar: Earthly Branch Rooster and Heavenly Stem Water.
People born under the sign of the Rooster according to the Chinese Zodiac are some of the most organized people you will ever meet. If you take a look at their schedules, you are not likely to find a single free minute, and yet they manage to do everything to a high level of quality. Roosters never compromise on results. These people have incredible stamina, and can keep going at a breakneck pace indefinitely. They are exacting and precise, and rarely make mistakes.
Roosters like to be at the center of attention. People born as Roosters under the Chinese horoscope prefer flashy colors and well fitting clothes. Roosters do like to brag about their accomplishments, which can be off putting, but in reality they just like to toot their own horn. It's best to let them talk about what they've done in the hopes that they run out of steam and you'll get some time to talk!
Don't assume that all the Rooster's bragging is untrue. Roosters are, in fact, brutally honest. It is very rare to hear a Rooster tell a lie. Roosters are very intelligent and talented, so if a Rooster tells you he or she did something, believe him or her! Roosters simply love having admirers, which is why they talk themselves up. Their bragging is really harmless.
Roosters are meticulous with finances, and always keep track of every penny.
Because of this, Roosters never find themselves in debt. Since this practice comes so easily to them, they don't understand how other people can be so bad with money. Saving and being thrifty comes naturally to them, so they may sometimes look down upon someone who spends too much. Of course, a Rooster is always ready and willing to help others with their budget, so perhaps you should just take their advice!
When a Rooster person is affected by the Element of Water, the Chinese horoscope says that they are more willing to go with the flow. Whereas other Roosters feel the need to set the agenda all the time, Water Roosters are more able to listen to others and take their opinions into account. Because of this, a Water Rooster is more pleasant to have a conversation with. A Water Rooster does not always steer to talk back to his own accomplishments and concerns.
Water Roosters are more toned down than other Roosters are. They wear less flashy colors, and do not strut and preen as much. They have a lot of energy, but feel the need to be the center of attention. This wins them more friends, because it is easier for others to appreciate their intelligence and talents.
Water Roosters are more laid back, and more likely to forgive you if you miss a meeting or appointment. The boundless energy and organization of a Water Rooster is inspiring and contagious, and Water Roosters can boost morale in the workplace by setting a good example for others. A Water Rooster makes a very reliable friend.