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313: OHA and Harenews discuss Jamie Dimon’s Chart

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OHA:

Dimon is a Pisces sun with moon in Aries and Mars in Capricorn. Pisces is a mutable water sign so Dimon works more from intuition than his two competitors. He can sense things before they happen and understands how the average person will feel about a change. Dimon is more emotionally tuned in to the surroundings. That may be nice in a husband, but in a CEO? Venus in Taurus suggests his interest in banking involves deeper values of what wealth represents.  

Harenews:  guess the inference is: that it helps to have a lot of cardinal signs in your chart if you want to lead a major bank. Out of the three bankers you profiled, Moynihan is the only attorney. Maybe having two planets in Libra explains why he took the JD route rather than MBA path. I have to disagree with you on the ultimate uber-banker. My money is on Dimon. With a Sun in Pisces and a moon in Aries that enalbles him to think both long and short term. Even though Capricorns are more prudent and cautious by nature, Capricorns spend way too much time dwelling on the past.

OHA:

You’re probably right on Jamie Dimon. For a banker, he’s charismatic. Plus his last name “Dimon” sounds a lot like “diamond.” What a winning name! Too bad we can’t all be born with auspicious names.

To see the original publication of the discussion check Ohio Astrology :

http://ohioastrology.wordpress.com/2011/10/06/the-astrology-of-america%e2%80%99s-top-bankers/#comment-126

DOB 313:Jamie Dimon Shows Up at Mitt Romney Fund Raiser

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Dimon, a lifelong Democrat who was once rumored to be on Obama’s short list for treasury secretary, met privately with Romney on Tuesday before a fund-raiser hosted by Highbridge Capital, a JPMorgan-owned hedge fund, the New York Post reports.

According to the Post, Dimon, who was spotted “in a discreet one-on-one” discussion with Romney, cannot publicly endorse a candidate as he sits on the board of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

For More of the Article go to:  http://www.newkerala.com/news/2011/worldnews-77192.html