After stocks rallied Tuesday, some "Fast Money" traders contended that another asset, gold, could be a winner ahead.
Major U.S. averages climbed more than 1 percent on the day, helped by gains in consumer discretionary and financial names. The price of gold futures, seen as a so-called "safe haven" asset, fell on the day to settle at $1,208.20.
Gold futures have enjoyed a rally this year, with prices climbing more than 13 percent amid struggles for stocks. Gold could have a "couple days of pain," but may eventually tick higher, propelling the Market Vectors Gold Miners ETF, according to trader Guy Adami.
"The move to the upside is still intact," he said.