Why do you think Crabs come equipped with a hard, protective shell? It's because security is of the utmost importance to these folks and that means financial security as well. Cancerians like having money and feel especially good when there's a pile of it in the bank. Instinctive as they are and quick to trust their gut, making money comes fairly easily to those born under this Sign, but then it can also be said that that's because they've worked at it, perhaps while no one was looking.
The Crab is an excellent strategist and is quite good at making a pincer movement to close a deal, a natural move for one with some pretty sharp claws. Even so, the Crab won't resist retreating into that shell if there's a better time to do business. Once Cancerians nab the prize, however, they won't let go. Ever! These folks enjoy accumulating money (they need to!) and intend to hang on to most, if not all, of what they get.
Loving money as they do (green must be their favorite color!), Cancerians make excellent bankers and business people, seemingly endowed as they are with a head for money. Crabs also view money as a measure of their value -- it validates them and helps them feel more powerful. It also allows them to take care of those they love and buys peace of mind. No rainy day woes for the cautious Crab!
Cancerians enjoy doing the budgeting and will always see to it that the fridge is full, the bills are paid, and that bank balances are healthy. They won't charge it if they can pay now, and they usually can. These folks are also cautious about lending money, unless it's a family member that's doing the asking, in which case their generosity is boundless.
Any shopping sprees in the Crab's future? Probably not. It's better to hang on to those bucks, you know -- they could come in handy someday.
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