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Signature Analysis

Your signature analysis might have a lot to say about your personality.We need to look at a few clues in your collection of signatures. These clues are symbols of personality traits. Now, just to be clear, the science on signatures is a little iffy. Some studies say it is more reliable than others. Think, for a second, about what a signature really is—a statement, repeated and refined over decades, that serves as a one-of-a-kind representation of an individual. The signature is the first name and surname used at the end of a document to confirm it is authentic. Its goal is to identify ourselves. It is even better if we can produce a signature that is “hard to mimic”. This recommendation goes for young people who start signing legal documents such as contracts, driver licenses, passports and bank papers, among others. The fact that these documents are signed is an essential measure in order to certify them.
We should not study a signature in isolation but analyze the signature and text together and look for differences and similarities.

Take a blank sheet of paper and write a few lines that come to your mind and then try your signature. Then compare your signature to the text.
There are many signature models that may help you recognize a few details. Your signature will speak about you more than you can imagine!
Is your signature as straight as an arrow?
A straight signature on a blank piece of paper is a sign of balance and control. Basically, even though your paper did not have lines, you created one in your head. You are likely very organized and self-sufficient.
Ascending signatures: They indicate reluctance to difficulties, optimism, ambition, clarity in objectives, self-improvement, fighting spirit. Risks of dissatisfaction.
Horizontal signatures: They reflect emotional stability. Satisfaction about the present situation.
Descending signatures: They are associated with discouragement, to lack of energy to get to the desired objectives, discouragement, lack of self-confidence and insecurity that might lead to depression. Also, associated with acceptance of authority, locking into their own ideas. Descending lines may also appear due to mental fatigue.
Ascending and descending signatures: They may indicate ciclotimia