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Welcome back to Qi Men Dun Jia. This is going to be a case study related to an investment. 

Mr. Tan asked if he could invest in the shop and this question was asked on April 17, 2007, at 

In terms of looking for business investment, we always look for the cash which is “Wu”:

We also have to look at the shop which is Open Door:

In normal situation, we look at the person (Mr. Tan) which is in Day Stem. The symbol is Xin which is in box 7:

The answer is in Hour Stem which is “Jia-Wu”. “Jia-Wu” is Xin, which is also in box 7:

Next, in terms of profit, we look at Life Door which is in box 8:

So, we will take reference with all this information in this Qi Men Dun Jia chart and decipher the respective information. Let’s do it step by step.

First of all, we look at the answer which is in Hour Stem:

There is Dispute and Destroyer, so it does not seem to be very good in the answer. And if you look at him, it is also having the same situation. So, in both cases, it is not too great.

Next, we look at the cash which is over here:

There is an Emptiness which means that the cash is limited. So, for Mr. Tan, I may presume that the money or cash is very limited in cash. Hence, he may not have enough money to invest in or run the shop.

Having said that, we also have to see the relationship between the cash and themselves.

The answer which is Metal and the cash which is Wood. Metal chops Wood. In this aspect, the answer is not going to be good for the cash. And the person which is also Metal also clashes with this Wood. 

At the same time, we have Open Door (Kai Men) which represents the shop:

There are some worries. The shop is also represented by Metal. Metal also chops Wood. It means that the capital involved can be quite huge in this aspect.

If you look at the partnership which is over here:

Let’s say, if there is a partnership, there will be a good partnership. And this Earth will produce him, meaning that in the event that he is able to raise the cash, he is able to generate profit for the shop. 

However if you look at the whole chart, this is a Fuyin chart. What is a Fuyin chart? It means all the symbols are similar side by side:

It means that the whole situation is a very tight situation. It is going to be very slow and very painful. In this case, although Mr. Tan can solve the cash issue, it will be a very painful and tiring journey. So I would suspect that the journey to invest in this job will not be very successful because it will be very long and painful.

This is how we decipher the information based on the cash which is “Wu”, the Open Door (Kai Men) which represents the shop, Life Door (Sheng Men) which is profit. So these are the few symbols that we have to look at to decipher and see it as a holistic view. Thank you.

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