Ben Bernanke said a lot of things in front of Congress, Jim Cramer said on his "RealMoney" radio show Wednesday, but perhaps nothing was more important than the Fed chief's comments on energy. Bernanke said inflation is the biggest risk in U.S. and the economy, and while it seems to moderating but it could flare up. Cramer said Bernanke's comments were neutral enough that people could embrace them if they are negative or positive. But one thing in particular that Cramer liked was Bernanke blaming inflation on energy. He liked this because it has the added advantage of being true, Cramer said. Bernanke is saying that inflation is beyond our control, Cramer said, adding that he was beginning to believe Bernanke thought he could tackle oil prices with rate increases. "Hallelujah!" Cramer exclaimed. "He gets it." If tech stocks have been the whipping boy of the market then there's one stock in particular that took a beating today, he said. "The 'hoo' was taken out of Yahoo! ( YHOO) today," Cramer said. He owns Yahoo! for his charitable trust, Action Alerts PLUS . The company missed numbers and announced the delay of its Panama project. "When you have a technical problem and you are a technological company, you know you're going to get smoked," he said. Even though Yahoo! is probably not finished going down, Cramer said it is not in the same boat as Amazon ( AMZN) and eBay ( EBAY), which are perennial underperformers. Although he said he believes eventually Yahoo! will get it right, for now it has become a show-me stock. Cramer estimated Yahoo! could probably go down 10 points, but there are so many companies that want to buy Yahoo!, that he doesn't believe it will go that low. He estimated the company bottom to range between $15 and $25. After announcing a reduced earnings forecast and lower sales of copper and fiber connectivity, ADC Telecommunications ( ADCT), the company said carrier consolidation and wireline/wireless convergence could create a strong potential for ADC to connect with customers' next-generation services. However, consolidation could be devastating for ADC, Cramer said. Although he said he normally likes consolidation because it creates a more rational industry and less competition, it is not happening in the case of telco equipment stocks, he said. To see the most recent edition of The RealMoney Radio Recap in its entirety, please click here. This recap is published every day around 3 p.m. ET.