These ASX gold stocks could rally in 2024

Marc Kennis Marc Kennis, April 12, 2024

ASX gold stocks

Stuart Roberts, from Stocks Down Under, shares his view on the recent metals rally, underscoring China’s stable economy as one of the key drivers. He points out that in the aftermath of the Chinese New Year, China’s economy hasn’t demonstrated the growth powerhouse it once was, but it hasn’t drastically fallen either, leading to a potential bottoming of nickel and copper. Stuart also observes signs of life in lithium, signalling that the market’s bearish attitude towards metals might be fading.

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Gold is back en vogue

Regarding stocks lagging behind the commodities rise, Stuart states that the impending awakening of investor interest in the rally could potentially trigger these ASX gold stocks. He attributes the delay to the burn of previous trade experiences, asserting the long-term bull market will inevitably shift these stocks upward, especially in commodities such as gold. The surge of gold prices from $1800 to over $2300 an ounce demonstrates this trend, and Stuart predicts a future value of $10,000 an ounce.

Finally, Stuart provides insights into potential prospects within the gold industry, particularly advocating for Northern Star (ASX:NST) and Evolution Mining (ASX:EVN). He identifies these companies as operating in top jurisdictions. Drawing attention to overlooked developers, such as Toubani Resources (ASX:TRE), which holds a 2.4 million ounce gold project in Mali, Stuart highlights potential investment opportunities. In terms of the travel industry, he foresees a continued boom post-pandemic, driven by increased business travel and a possible shift in spending habits towards frequent travel.


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