June is when all your hard work pays off.

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At the start of the month, Jupiter, Pluto, and Mer­cury come to­gether in a tri­an­gu­lar for­ma­tion known as a Grand Earth Trine, a har­mo­nious plan­e­tary align­ment that will have you feel­ing as if you’re on a lucky streak, es­pe­cially when it comes to mak­ing money. In­stead of skip­ping out to happy hour, put in some more time on that re­port you’ve been grind­ing away on, and you can ex­pect a wind­fall by the end of the month. Also, take a hard look at your per­sonal fi­nances; get rid of bad money habits, and adopt bet­ter ones.

On the 4th, the new moon will be in Gemini, mak­ing that a great day to up­date your social media strat­egy. Gemini, the sign of com­mu­ni­ca­tion and learn­ing, also rules com­mu­nity, specif­i­cally the shar­ing of small bits of in­for­ma­tion among mem­bers. Then on the 12th, Mer­cury, the planet of com­mu­ni­ca­tion and in­tel­lect, moves into Gemini, which will give your ne­go­ti­a­tions a power boost. It’s all build­ing to the 17th, when Venus, the planet of money and at­trac­tion, moves into the house of Can­cer, which rules do­mes­tic mat­ters and feel­ings of se­cu­rity. With your social media mes­sag­ing set, you’ll be able to use this time to nur­ture your clients and staff. Could the of­fice break room use bet­ter cof­fee? Go ahead and spring for it.

Make sure you aren’t fool­ing your­self in any of your de­ci­sion­mak­ing. Nep­tune goes into ret­ro­grade on the 13th in Pisces, but you prob­a­bly won’t even no­tice. Nep­tune is the planet of il­lu­sions, and Pisces is the sign of the sub­con­scious and self-sac­ri­fice.

It seems like a para­dox, but giv­ing your­self less wig­gle room can make it eas­ier to take a bold step, says Bet­ter­ment in­vest­ing di­rec­tor Dan Egan. Log in to your bro­ker­age ac­count once a month or re­bal­ance it only when the mar­ket swings a cer­tain amount.

Oliver Strand

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1200 Trine (noun, trīn) When two plan­ets form a 120-de­gree an­gle, with earth in the mid­dle; in a Grand Earth Trine, three trines sync to cre­ate an equi­lat­eral tri­an­gle.

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