Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Aries – Pluto in your 10th house – your practical ambitious plans revolve around money. You’re more than willing to manage someone else’s money – and can do wonders with it. The accent now is on gaining the trust of an influential person who will provide backing. The lucky number is 8.Taurus – Pluto in your 9th house – the sky’s the limit! You won’t be restricted by any petty thinking as you travel, make long-range plans, and expand mental boundaries. Leave the past and its problems behind; walk away instead of arguing. Aries and Libra are on hand.Gemini – Pluto in your 8th house – you’ll get a chance to prove yourself to a partner, mate or associate. Curb a tendency to go out on a limb or make impulsive decisions. A low profile and steady solid efforts are most likely to impress another. Study a legal document thoroughly. The lucky number is 4. Cancer – Pluto in your 7th house – your head will be in a spin. You’ll be witty, creative, and anxious to talk about the one you love. A group or organizational meeting is the scene of much wit and good feelings. Romantic wishes could come true in an unexpected way. Count on number 5.Leo – Pluto in your 6th house – stick with strong conviction this month. You have a keen, good sense about a business proposition; figure out a shrewd plan of action before you make a move. It’s especially essential to know if a key executive is with you; you’ll find out in a confidential chat.Virgo – Pluto in your 5th house – your sense of humor is spotlighted. You’ll feel free, unfettered, and will draw people to you who appreciate your happy-go-lucky attitude. A parent or parental figure may be a wet blanket but could keep you from over-extending your self. The lucky number is 5.Libra – Pluto in your 4th house – don’t believe everything you hear. A financial offer has strings attached that are not visible now. You’re in the mood to believe the best of everyone. Your special sensitivity could be best used to investigate the mysteries of life. A Pisces offers insight.Scorpio – Pluto in your 3rd house – you’ll be more cautious about dealing with distant places and strangers. Go slow, don’t force yourself beyond a comfortable range. A visit to an old neighborhood provides nostalgic moments and a poignant meeting. Contact a Cancer person.Sagittarius – Pluto in your 2nd house – you attract someone with a taste for healthy, gourmet foods, and a peaceful atmosphere. Enjoy the month; you’ll benefit through a special gift that shows true depth of affection. A family matter will be adjusted smoothly; don’t worry about it. Number 6 pays off now.Capricorn – Pluto in your 1st house – a leadership role can take you places. You’ll see new sights and learn new facts. Your philosophy of life becomes more joyous and love-oriented. A romantic interest wants to travel with you and explore beyond your current boundaries. Number 1 is the best.Aquarius – Pluto in your 12th house – you’ll work behind the scenes or in a matter requiring much secrecy. You’ll be a good detective, counselor, or researcher. Someone who comes to you with a tale of woe needs encouragement, not criticism. Offer valid suggestions. The lucky number is 7.Pisces – Pluto in your 11th house – a public appearance requires your more serious, practical side. Someone in an authority position is watching to see if you carry through with tasks as promised. Shrewd thinking helps you overcome difficult obstacles that arise. Leo plays a major role.IF YOU KNOW YOUR RISING SIGN, CONSULT THE HOROSCOPE FOR THAT SIGN AS WELL.Psychicdeb has been a professional astrologer for over 25 yrs. She teaches Astrology for a nominal fee. Psychicdeb also uses the tarot to do psychic readings channeling her spirit guide Helen. Reiki is one of her obsessions. She is a Reiki Master and loves to teach others the benefits of Reiki. Call 516-783-6771 for an appointment in her private office. Or you can find her at the Original Psychic Fairs on Sundays. A listing of the Fair dates can be found on her website at: www.astro-mate.org or join the Facebook page.
by: Paul Bjerke“You never know who might be watching.”You’ve heard that saying before. When applied to your money, it used to mean that you shouldn’t flash large amounts of cash in a public place or let anyone stand too close to you when using the ATM.Nowadays, though, the thieves who are watching are nowhere near their victims. They may not be in the same state or even the same country. They’re out there, however, on the Internet, targeting businesses and financial institutions, looking to steal customer information. And when they do, the results are so much worse than simply losing a handful of cash, for both the consumers and the business. Consider this, according to an Aite Group survey, 47 percent of customers who fall victim to an identity theft experience said they changed financial institutions because of it.Can you afford to lose 47 percent of your business if your FI is hacked?Data breaches are no longer a unique occurrenceTarget’s breach in 2013 affected 110 million people and made national headlines, but the retail giant is hardly alone in its victimization. Instead, Target’s attack only foreshadowed a string of breaches that occurred throughout 2014. Here are some of the most notable: continue reading » 2SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
TODAY marks the final racemeet before Christmas, and with the 10-race programme offering a $5.4 million Pick-9 carryover, a payout in excess of $8 million looks a real possibility.Three trophy races will be run on the afternoon, including the annual renewal of the Sweet Ruckus Trophy over 1400 metres for native and imported two-year-olds, with a purse of $850,000.The other trophy races on the card are the round-five Stewards’ Cup for maiden two-year-old colts and geldings, and the Restricted Allowance II for the Titania Trophy over 1100 metres, which is confined to fillies and mares.The Philip Feanny-trained BUBBLING KITTEN, who impressed in the Dye Job Sprint, over 1200 metres, on December 12, renews rivalry with the runner-up and then-favourite, BLUE DIXIE, in a small field of six, and judging from the manner of her victory, she looks hard to oppose.Dye Job SprintBUBBLING KITTEN beat BLUE DIXIE by all of six and a half lengths in the Dye Job Sprint, covering the distance in the smart time of 1:13.1 under former champion jockey Wesley ‘Callaloo’ Henry, who again has the ride.With the tongue tie fitted for that race, the bay filly, by Blue Pepsi Lodge out of Shanna D, showed good speed to dispute the early lead with RALLY BABY and skittered away on entering the straight for a facile win, behind splits of 23.0 and 46.1.She is still extremely fit, and with the additional furlong no obstacle, should lead home Gary Subratie stable companions BLUE DIXIE and GOLDEN GLORY.Subratie indicated last Saturday that BLUE DIXIE had some minor issues for the Dye Job Sprint, but is expecting a better race today, and has called up outgoing champion jockey Dane Nelson to try and make a difference. BLUE DIXIE looks a safe exacta horse.I also like the well-advanced newcomer, SIR RAJA BABA (working well) to lead home EQUUS in the Stewards’ Cup, in which nine two-year-olds will run; fleet-footed FIRE ALARM ahead of COMMANDING AVIATOR in the Titania Trophy; MESSITHEGREAT to recoup losses in the sixth; CRUCIAL VALOR in the seventh; and PRINCESS SHEMIKA to stave off CHEERS in the eighth.