Groupon's earnings disappointed investors while Priceline's earnings once again made shareholders happy. Belpointe Asset Management's Chief Strategist David Nelson said the market was initially satisfied with Groupon's light earnings, but decided the forecast shed an unfavorable light on the company's turnaround plans. Priceline, on the other hand consistently rewards shareholders and even though the stock is highly priced, its actually growth at a reasonable price.

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