Gold buzz is starting to rumble the markets again.
Market Watch said the precious metal is ‘…on a long-term track to reach $2,000 an ounce’, a record high.
Our editor Greg Canavan, agrees wholeheartedly.
He’s been actively trading the gold market since 2003.
And he believes we could see a surge of speculative capital into gold stocks around the world in 2019 and 2020.
But that doesn’t mean every pick is going to be a good one…
Which is why Greg has compiled a comprehensive report outlining his two highest-conviction local gold plays right now.
Now, of course…any such list like this is subjective.
In Greg’s top two list, his focus is more on the quality of operations and management aspect, rather than hunting down the wildest punts on the market.
Greg will share all his research on them with you in ‘The Top Two Gold Stocks on the ASX’. All you need to do to gain access is to subscribe to his free daily financial e-letter, The Rum Rebellion.
In ‘The Top Two Gold Stocks on the ASX’, you’ll hear about:
- The ‘multi-miner’ set to produce around 875,000 ounces of gold at an average all-in-sustaining cost (AISC) of around $1,150 per ounce. AISC is an industry measure that seeks to provide a broad definition of a gold miner’s costs. At a gold price of $1,800 an ounce, these guys are looking at an average margin of $650 an ounce.
- An emerging player on the brink of joining the gold producer big league. In resource parlance, it’s sitting on a ‘Tier 1’ quality gold asset. Exploration drilling is ongoing. Greg will be watching this one closely to see if the favourable results continue to flow in.
You’ll learn about both these plays in his brand-new report: ‘The Top Two Gold Stocks on the ASX’.
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