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April 03, 2012 13:38 ET

Stevia First Corp. (STVF) Flying High Today. Will We Now See The Old Highs or Fall Back to Earth Once Again?

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA--(Marketwire - April 3, 2012) - At RocketAlerts we specialize in spotting explosive penny stocks capable of rapidly multiplying the investment of the quick thinking investor. That's why we've been all over Stevia First Corp. (STVF) right from the start. The issue was rising steadily when suddenly it lost lift and went into a nosedive. Our Movement Prercursor Predictor pointed up so we were not surprised when the stock started to regain altitude. We informed our readers we expected it to go up. We thought that the dip represented a great buying opportunity and we were right. Now however a bit of caution is advised. Experience tells us that, when you expect that nothing can go wrong, all hell usually breaks loose. So what does our Astral Astrogator say about this stock?

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