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March 29, 2012 15:39 ET

Stevia First Corp. (STVF) in Free Fall, Rattles Investors. Stock Tumbles but Shows Signs of Righting Itself, Can it Shoot Up Again?

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA--(Marketwire - March 29, 2012) - At RocketAlerts we specialize in spotting explosive penny stocks capable of rapidly multiplying the investment of the quick thinking investor. Our ground based Multi-Vector Stock Radar has been tracking this rocket of a stock during its meteoric rise and we were as high on this one as everyone else, so what happened? Well, it seems that Stevia First Corp. (STVF) was hit by a rogue meteor shower, that's our way of saying it was an unpredictable confluence of events that blindsided our crew and had everyone else reaching for their oxygen masks. The good news is that we think that the worst is over and now that the skies are clearing this gleaming rocket can resume its former course. Our advice: Don't head for the escape hatches just yet.

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