Brien Lundin, in the June, 2017, edition of the Gold Newsletter, refreshes his buy of Aurvista Gold Corp., recently 27 cents. He previously said buy in April, 2017, at 31 cents. A $1,000 investment then is now worth $870. Aurvista has been exploring its Douay gold project in Northern Quebec, where it is trying to outline a large, open-pittable mine. Recent highlights from drilling include 4.5 metres of 2.46 grams per tonne gold, three metres of 2.19 g/t gold and nine metres of 0.72 g/t gold. These results may not be "world-beaters," says Mr. Lundin, but they show the potential of Aurvista´s project. This project just got another boost thanks to the addition of Matthew Horner as Aurvista´s new president and chief executive officer. Mr. Horner is widely respected in the industry, having previously served as vice-president and executive vice-president of Robert Friedland´s Ivanhoe Mines for 10 years, says Mr. Lundin. He concludes that Aurvista, with an intriguing gold project and an experienced new CEO in charge, is in a good position to benefit as gold prices rise. The stock remains a buy.