March Horoscope for Pisces
You may run into trouble if you hope to nab investment capital, a loan or a mortgage this month. On March 1 and until May 19, you'll be in a phase where delays, renegotiation and frustration are more likely in this area. In fact, you might be disheartened in certain cases and receive an outright rejection. If this happens, all you can do is keep on trying.
Think outside the box and search for ways to obtain the funding you need. You might not like all of your options now, but the point is to not lose hope. If, for example, you don't qualify for a business loan, you might have an investment portfolio you could cash out of. If you owe taxes you can't keep up with, a payment plan might be the most sensible option. Or, if you have a major emergency expense to take care of, dipping into your 401(k) might be a solution. While none of these scenarios are desirable, compromise will be necessary in order to achieve your big picture goal now.
Fortunately, a New Moon in your sign on March 1 will help you. This boost of cosmic support will be appreciated as you navigate those frustrating financial obstacles. A Full Moon on March 16 will turn your attention to partnership matters, but a second New Moon on March 30 will bring your focus right back to money. An income opportunity will be there, but you'll need to fight every step of the way to claim it. You will.
Keep In Mind:
Career: Don't be a sucker
The good news this month is that the Sun is in your sweet sign until March 20. The warming solar presence in your 1st House of Personality boosts confidence and garners attention more easily. Physical vitality can also increase if you take proper care of yourself.
Love: Sex as a weapon
Anticipate a significant shift between you and your mate when it comes to how you each feel about "What's mine, what's yours and what's ours." Mars, the planet of assertion, will turn retrograde on March 1 in the area of your chart that rules joint finances. There might be a significant misalignment between how each of you feels relating to pooled money. You might begin to hold a certain amount of resentment if you're contributing more than your share. Alternatively, your partner might complain about the exact same thing if he or she is the one holding most of the weight.