Many of you know celebrity astrologer Susan Miller as the uncannily accurate predictor of your fate. You're in good company: She's got A-listers like Kirsten Dunst and Orlando Bloom paying her to do their charts and gets 15 million page views a month on her Website, Astrologyzone. She's asked to analyze the stars for actors, musicians, and starlets all the time -- but when we got the chance to talk with her, we wanted to know what the future holds for a group of guys even nearer and dearer to our heart. Guys like embattled IAC CEO Barry Diller, Blackstone CEO Steven Schwarzman, ousted Citigroup CEO Chuck Prince, and Merrill Lynch newbie John Thain. After all, these people have much more power to wreak havoc in our lives if the stars choose not to shine on them. After the jump, read Miller's uncannily prescient analysis (it would be more precise if she knew the times of day they were born) and learn what warnings these four financial powerhouses need to heed if they want to come out of 2008 on top.
Barry Diller: With IAC/InterActiveCorp posting large losses and not-great fourth-quarter results last month, Barry Diller's days haven't been so sunshiny lately -- and that's before the whole "John Malone is trying to steal my company" thing. But Miller says that Diller's immediate future is looking pretty awesome. As a full-moon-born Aquarius, Diller's about to have a fabulous turn for the better. "His progressed moon is in Aquarius," she says, "and about to conjoin his sun in August 2008." Diller will likely be in the news again this summer, but this time announcing a huge new venture. In fact, Diller's fortunes are going to get better and better between now and 2010. "Career wise, his chart shows steady development. Astrology is not destiny, but the study of cycles, so the choices will be up to him," says Miller.
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