Astrology and money may not sound like they go together, but there is a relationship there to explore.  While some people take astrology very seriously, others see it simply as a fun diversion. No matter where you fall on the spectrum, you can’t deny that some people really do seem to embody their astrological signs.   

Did you know that, according to astrology (, every sign is supposed to have a unique relationship to money?  For example, Aries people tend to be careless with their spending, while Cancer people are very concerned with establishing financial security.  In this article, we’ll summarize the description for the 12 astrological signs. As you read your sign, you may decide to use the information to improve your relationship with money or to help you better understand how your loved ones handle money.

Here are 12 ways astrology and money are connected   


Aries individuals tend to be a little bit careless with their spending.  They also don’t look to their career as a motivator for making money.  However, they’re quick thinkers, so they can bounce back from financial setbacks.


A hard worker by nature, Taurus individuals tend to do well at earning money. They’re also very practical and good at saving.  With that being said, they also have a taste for indulging in the finer things in life.  This can lead to overspending and debt.


In general, Gemini individuals aren’t concerned with being frugal, so they may want to hire a guide and accountability partner like a financial advisor.  This will help them keep their spending and saving habits in check


Willing to work hard and highly concerned with establishing financial security, Cancer individuals also make sound investments. Of all the zodiac signs, they’re the most skilled at building a nest egg and the most likely to achieve true financial security. 


With a taste for luxury, Leo has a tendency to splurge on expensive items and experiences. They might do well with investing in things like diamonds and gold, since these items appeal to a Leo’s taste for the finer things.


Virgos are typically very committed to planning their financial future.  They are also good at following through on those plans. Virgos tend to be selfless so they need to take care not to get stuck in a low-paying job. 


The Libra sign is closely associated with the symbol of a balanced scale, but they do enjoy splurging every once in a while.  For this reason, they should be aware of losing their financial balance. Libra people work well in partnerships, so they could benefit from the advice of a financial advisor or coach.


Scorpio people tend to have sharp instincts, and they use those instincts to guide them in financial matters. Instincts aren’t everything, so they should take care to balance themselves in fact and research. In addition, they must pay attention to their own tendency toward secrecy, since they tend to hide money matters from their loved ones.


Lovers of gambling, Sagittarius people should stay away from casinos if they don’t know how to gamble responsibly or don’t have the money to gamble. Instead, they should focus on being more practical and grounding themselves in conservative investments.


Naturals at saving money, Capricorn people slowly work their way up the career ladder and then eventually earn high salaries to match their achievements. They especially enjoy spending money on items that reflect their success.


Aquarius people tend to donate a significant amount of their income to charities and causes that matter to them. Charitable and giving by nature, they must also learn to watch out for their own financial stability and save for their own future.


Pisces people need to be more honest with themselves about their financial challenges.  They tend to ignore issues like debt and poor credit. They also need to watch out for crooks who might try to take advantage of them financially.

Do you relate to any of these descriptions? Even if you’re feeling skeptical, take the time to do some self-reflection.  Ask yourself, “Do my money habits match the profile?”. This can be used as a prompt to assess your current approach to spending and saving money.  As you reflect, make improvements where appropriate.