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January 17, 2012 14:15 ET

Big Wave Surfin' With Stevia Corp. (STEV). Wild Swings for Monster Wave Riders. But How Safe is it Out There for Everyone Else?

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA--(Marketwire - Jan. 17, 2012) - RocketAlerts continues its coverage on Stevia Corp. (STEV). At RocketAlerts we look for shooting stars like STEV because they provide the savvy investor with an opportunity to make a huge profit in a short amount of time. But hitching your wagon to a rising star can be a dangerous proposition if you fail to pack a golden parachute. This morning's trading proved to everyone how volatile this stock is. For the professional trader the opportunity might still be there but how safe are newbies or the long-term investors? At RocketAlerts we know that a great entry point is only as good as its corresponding exit point. Legions of broke investors can attest to that. Our subscribers can always count on us not forgetting this key fact.

As hot stocks go this clearly is not a stock for the faint of heart, having said that though, it bears pointing out that there are clearly real trading opportunities here. Newbies beware. Our advice for the long term investors is still the same this is a highly speculative issue according to our analysis. Can we tell where this big gainer will be in a few days or weeks? At RocketAlerts we look for signs and events that can foretell a stock's fate. The signs are already here, but not everyone can spot them? Do you know what they are? With our proprietary Movement Precursor Predictor you can get ahead of the game. To see how you can make your profits soar higher, get our absolutely FREE Newsletter by visiting our website: RocketAlerts.com.

At RocketAlerts we know that most investors can succeed if they show-up early enough for the blast-off and are prepared ahead of time for the splash-down. How can you tell which way STEV will go this week? By knowing which key signs and events to look for. To get the Right Stuff Know-How and the latest scoop on this stock and many others, subscribe to our FREE newsletter at: RocketAlerts.com.

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