The Knight of Pentacles rides on horseback slowly, at the pace, or appears to be stopped not like the one of Swords and Wands that are thrown at full speed. For some it represents the slow or slow pace with which certain issues can be resolved. The size and appearance of the horse on this card is interpreted by some as an extremely heavy print, which inspires a feeling of heaviness and delay, so many tarotists agree that this card almost always indicates delays in the process, as well as news that does not end up arriving. , but it also speaks of strength, it is big and heavy but very resistant.
It is as if the knight limited himself to his material mission, work, effort and struggle, and neglecting spiritual aspects. This leads to abulia, apathy and disenchantment. It is very good to be reliable, hardworking and responsible, but not at the expense of spiritual life or personality.
This card represents someone conservative, who makes decisions with caution. A familiar person, who does not like big shocks. Very mundane, has no extravagant hobbies.
The Knight of Pentacles makes references to the triumphs obtained after a great effort. In the same way it can indicate that the consultant is in the presence of a chief or a very conservative company, where he probably has to do things the old way, without implementing any of the innovations or good practices. However, this effort will be rewarded with great economic and job stability.
It also refers to staying as conservative as possible, as taking risks at this moment or trying to implement novel methods that promise to earn large sums in a short time can result in losses
The meaning of this inverted card says that despite being someone who makes the effort you do not get the expected profit, a situation where monetary energy is stuck, when a person of little trust arrives. Deceptive, she looks like she works, but she's actually a con man, someone who lives on deception, so you have to avoid relating to these people.
Organizes, well prepared, persistent, resilient, planning, professional, slow but constant, prudence, responsibility.