You tend to the flock and often base your financial decisions on helping others. Frequently one to follow the path of least resistance, you would rather make no decision than the wrong one. You are noble and kind, but despite your best efforts often find yourself at the mercy of the people and situations that surround you. Be careful, as your altruism may prevent you from seizing on golden opportunities. When it comes to long-term decisions, pay attention and don’t be afraid to put yourself first.
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