The Fed Chairman probably wouldn't admit it, but Jim Cramer is convinced he's worried.
There are two laggards that are thwarting the recovering and they lie at the very heart of the biggest issue vexing the US economy.
"We still don't have any real growth in small business hiring or commercial real estate," said Jim Cramer.
Although the market doesn't really trade many stocks that have to do with those two parts of the economy, if it did, Cramer is convinced Ben Bernanke would be buying those stocks hand over first.
That's because small business and commercial real estate are a crucial part of the recovery and they're currently not participating in the broader 'rally' underway in other parts of the economy.
"Let's say, for a moment, we actually had two stocks in the Dow Jones Averages, the Small Business Company and the Commercial Real Estate Company," Cramer hypothesized. They would be the worst performing stocks in the index. They would be the serial laggards. They would be at 52-week lows.
And QE4 would involve anything and everything to drive these 'companies' higher.