Leo Monthly Money Horoscope

November 2023

This is the point in each financial year when things are fairly quiet on both sides of the financial fence. With the Sun always gone from your income sector by the end of September and the faster planets that travel with him usually gone by then, there is rarely any planetary activity on the income side of the financial fence at this time of year. At the same time, while dreamy Neptune has been in your financial sector since 2012 and won't leave until 2026, he is not only always in retrograde motion as you move into November but slowing down ahead of a direct turn. While for Neptune that is still the case, that is the only thing that is typical for this time of year. The first difference is that Neptune is not on his own and as you move into the new month Saturn has come to a standstill as he comes to the end of his first retrograde phase in your financial sector in three decades. Neptune won't turn direct until early next month, but Saturn's direct turn on 4th November will end the total focus on the past and while leaving Neptune to capture old dreams. However, it is on the other side of the financial fence that things are really exciting, for rather than your income sector being empty you begin the month with Venus, the planet of money not only still here but with the asteroid Juno, the queen of commitment making her first visit in four years. Held back by a retrograde phase Venus was late to return to your income sector this year and until he leaves on 8th November, she will be working to make her final days as lucrative as possible but also to give you something that you can continue to commit to. For while Venus is preparing to leave Juno is settling in and won't leave until August 2024. In a case of perfect timing, the Moon will move through your income sector from 7th November to 9th November, ensuring your nose for money is sharp and it is there to act as a trigger as Venus leaves on 8th November. You will have a chance to get a better read on money matters when the Moon moves through your financial sector from 21st November to 23rd November.

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More about your Leo monthly money horoscope and finances

Leo is the sign of gold, and your Leo monthly money horoscope shows you regard money as essential. You couldn’t live your best life without it. You love to shop, and if something is expensive, you like it more than if it’s cheap. It feels normal for you to value material items. You like jewels, gold chains, fancy clothing, and elaborate furnishings.

Because you spend so freely, you need to have plenty of money. Your first choice would be independent wealth, but that doesn’t make you unique. Most people work for a living, and you know this, but early on you decide that it’s foolish to toil for little when you can work for a lot. If you haven’t found that lucrative job yet, you rely on your Leo monthly money horoscope to point you toward it.

Chart the ups and downs of your finances in your Leo monthly money horoscope

Yes, if you see that you’re in a difficult fiscal period, you know you should conserve your funds. The problem is that you don’t want to do that. If you see something you love, you must have it. This could lead you into credit card debt if you’re careless.

You know being a bit more conservative makes sense, but you have endless confidence. You believe in yourself and feel that soon enough the big money will flow toward you. It feels inevitable. Perhaps you’re right. A positive outlook generates good outcomes.

You rely on financial tips from your Leo monthly money horoscope

Once you have more than enough money, you come into your own. You love the idea of investing, for it means that your money earns more while you focus on fun. If you read that you’re in a growth period, you seek ways to make the most of it.

Often, you’re too generous with other people. You readily pick up the check. Your horoscope might counsel that financial entanglements with friends can ruin the relationship. This gives you the courage to stand back and pay only your own fair share