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January 19, 2012 08:45 ET

Stevia Corp. (STEV) Falls Off a Cliff. Another Day of Volatile Trading Ends in a Decidedly Downward Direction. Is the Ride Now Over?

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA--(Marketwire - Jan. 19, 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. After this afternoon's action it seems clear that the ride is over, but that doesn't mean that there won't be opportunities for the smart trader to make some money on future bounces.

At this point most of the newbies and long-term investors should be out, but the RocketMan suspects that yesterday's action managed to trap more than a few unsuspecting dreamers and Kool-Aid drinkers. We've warned them what to expect and one would hope that they chose to heed our warning although many folks just have to learn the hard way. Now the traders will have little fun with this one as it bounces until it eventually hits a wall. At RocketAlerts we look for signs and events that can foretell a stock's eventual fate. The signs are always there, 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

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