Shares in Vancouver-based Great Panther Silver on Wednesday continued to soar after the company reported record revenues and profits a day earlier. Shortly before the close the company which owns 100% of two silver mines in Mexico was up 8.5% in a broadly weaker market and on a tough day for other silver counters. Tuesday's results showed net income up $6m to $7m for the first quarter and a 95% increase in revenues to $15.5m. The company listed in February this year and raised $24.2m in April in a closed equity offering. A day before the results announcement investor site Motley Fool said the counter was "poised to pop."