Experts name 2 ASX growth shares to buy with double-digit upside potential

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Two brokers pointing and analysing a share price.Do you have room for a growth share or two in your portfolio? If the answer is yes, then it could be worth considering the two listed below.

Here’s why these ASX growth shares have been rated as buys by experts:

Aristocrat Leisure Limited (ASX: ALL)

The first ASX growth share that could be a buy is Aristocrat. It is a gaming technology company with a portfolio of hugely popular poker machines and digital games.

In respect to the latter, the company’s digital business, Pixel United, is the developer of popular games such as Raid: Shadow Legends, Heart of Vegas, Mech Arena, and Vikings: War of Clans. These are generating significant recurring revenues from their millions of daily active users.

Analysts at Citi are very positive on Aristocrat and believe it is well-placed for growth. Citi commented:

Aristocrat represents a compelling long-term growth story, with exposure to ongoing growth in mobile game penetration and potential to grow into new markets.

The broker currently has a buy rating and $41.00 price target on the company’s shares. Based on the current Aristocrat share price of $35.30, this suggests potential upside of 16% for investors.

Lovisa Holdings Limited (ASX: LOV)

Another ASX growth share that could be in the buy zone is fashion jewellery retailer Lovisa.

After dominating the Australian market, the company has now set its sights on the globe. And with a well-incentivised management team that have been there and done that before with other brands, analysts are tipping the company for incredible growth over the 2020s.

One of those brokers is Morgans, which sees a huge opportunity for Lovisa in the massive US market. It explained:

Lovisa’s global footprint now spans 22 countries. In our opinion, investors can expect this number to increase steadily while, at the same time, Lovisa builds out its presence in its existing markets. We do not think there is any lack of opportunity. In the US, for example, Lovisa now has 81 stores, representing 0.25 stores for every million people), compared to Australia with 158 stores, 6.15 stores for every million people.

Morgans currently has an add rating and $21.50 price target on its shares. Based on the latest Lovisa share price of $17.80, this implies potential upside of almost 21%.

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