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One Man, Many Acronyms: Jim Cramer Breaks Down 'BTF,' What It Means for Earnings

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Is earnings seasons over yet? 

Earnings season has only just begun, but fortunately for you, Jim Cramer has a new scorecard for grading earnings which he broke down into two acronyms: 'BTF' and 'WTF.'

Before you think Cramer has begun taking texting cues from seventh graders, give us a chance to explain. 

In a recent column on Real Money, Jim Cramer broke the latest earnings down into two categories: "Better than Feared" and "Worse than Feared." 

Better Than Feared

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Worse Than Feared

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So how does Cramer decide which stocks make the grade? Watch our video above.  

Related. Jim Cramer: Running Down the BTF vs. WTF Scoreboard

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