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January 18, 2012 08:45 ET

Stevia Corp. (STEV) Continues Wild Ride on Tuesday, but Are We Now Seeing the First Signs of a Possibly Sudden but Inevitable Decline?

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA--(Marketwire - Jan. 18, 2012) - RocketAlerts continues its coverage on Stevia Corp. (STEV). At RocketAlerts we look for shooting stars like STEV because they provide the quick thinking 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 don't have a well oiled ejection seat. The window of opportunity often closes without much of a warning trapping the unaware.

The wild ride for Stevia Corp. (STEV) continued on Tuesday. We can tell you that one of the signs we look for is the (DRA) or Decrease Of The Rate Of Ascent. Very simply, when a run is about to be over, the stock may continue to rise but it will do so at an angle that is less steep. It simply means that it's running out of steam. At that point the Booster Rockets (Additional News) may kick-in giving it some more altitude for a limited period of time. For the short-term trader this offers an additional opportunity for profits, for everyone else it usually spells doom. Human psychology being what it is means that the novice investor will misunderstand the sign and plunge headlong into the abyss. At RocketAlerts we look for signs and events that can foretell a stock's eventual 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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