The Chinese Zodiac dictates that 2010 is the year of the Tiger!
The year of the Tiger occurs every twelfth year. Unlike the Gregorian calendar, which starts a New Year on the first of January every year, the Chinese New Year doesn't fall on a specific date. The year of the Tiger begins on February 14, 2010 and ends February 2, 2011.
In the past, the year of the Tiger has occurred in 1914, 1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986 and 1998. According to Chinese tradition, people born in these years share certain common traits. The Tiger is a sign of courage, self-reliance, friendliness, hopefulness, and resilience. Those born in the year of the Tiger are said to be sensitive, intellectual thinkers and extremely sympathetic as well as brave and influential.
Tigers are clever and sharp-witted. These traits make them fast learners. In business, Tigers are natural born leaders, and work best when they know they are working towards important goals. Tiger Leasing has written a short, entertaining story - "The Tiger and the Money Tree". You'll find ancient wisdom and secrets for growing your "Money Tree" with Tiger Leasing. Tiger Leasing works hard to make sure all of our customers are successful when working towards their important goals.