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libra
Money Horoscope for libra
This is always the most potentially lucrative point in any year, with the Sun always spending the first three weeks of November in your income sector. Where you find the Sun is always where you will find Venus and Mercury, putting more focus on income matters at this time of year than at any other time. This year you have a number of factors that are taking these very ordinary conditions and making this not only even more potentially lucrative but will see this continue beyond November. Until she leaves on 2nd November, Venus' mission is best seen along the lines of a wish list. As the planet of money, as well as working to attract income potential, Venus' aim is to leave you wanting more and with something to aim for. Meanwhile, while Mercury returned early last month for what should have been a short 14 to 15 days visit aimed at giving you the smart head for money needed to keep your head in the game, he is not only still here at the start of the month but is here all month. A retrograde turn in the closing hours of October will keep Mercury in retrograde motion until 21st November, with his smart head for money coming with 20/20 hindsight, while giving you access to the past, second chances and untapped income potential. While the Sun will leave on 23rd November and Mercury early next month, Mars' return on 19th November will not only take this to a whole new level but keep things active through to January. This will see the income potential increase in the second half of the month and even more so next month. This on its own is creating a potentially lucrative month and end to the year, but it also comes with the right professional support. Support from Neptune, in your work sector since 2012 is a given, but this year you also have the North Node in your career sector. This is a case of the perfect conditions coming together on the income, work and career fronts at the same time. However, with Uranus in your financial sector a balance between money coming in and money going out is being policed.