1986 Chinese Zodiac

Those born between February 9, 1986 and January 28, 1987 are members of the Fire Tiger Chinese Zodiac sign. If you were born before February 9th, please consult the 1985 Chinese Zodiac, which is The Year of the Fire Ox.

With passionate influence of the Fire Element, the Fire Tiger is the most energetic and action oriented of all the Tiger types. The Fire Tiger is never hesitant to take command of a situation and can often gain influence over others. It is with this social influence and that the Fire Tiger shares their ideals, of which they have many. Although generally optimistic, the Fire Tiger's need for independence often translates into low moods and restlessness. While this quality allows the Fire Tiger to live a life of excitement, it can also lead to many precarious situations.

As a natural leader, the Fire Tiger has many career opportunities to explore. By influencing others, the Fire Tiger could do well in business, advertising or teaching, if this is their passion. Similarly, the adventurous Fire Tiger would do well in positions that require travel, such as sales or international relations. The Fire Tiger has been known to use their fiery dispositions to accomplish great things, which can be seen in the successful career of Olympian Usain Bolt. The Fire Tiger can also prove to be an effective entertainer, which was the case for Fire Tigers Robert Pattinson and Shia Labeouf.

While the Fire Tiger has many strengths, they may be challenged by their intolerance. In this sense, those that oppose the Fire Tiger's opinions or ideals will be sure to hear about it. The Fire Tiger also runs the risk of becoming restless if they allow their impulses to dominate their decision making. The Fire Tiger is encouraged to think things through and develop patience in order to counteract their natural downfalls.

The organ of the Fire Tiger is the heart. As it easy for the Fire Tiger let into impulses and overindulge, they are encouraged to maintain a healthy diet and exercise program to protect their vital organ.