Tuesday's Top 10 Articles, Videos on TheStreet

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2 Stocks to Play the Bottom in Construction
Stephanie Link
Stephanie Link, director of research for TheStreet, says that ABB's big purchase of Thomas and Betts underlines the fact that the U.S. construction industry is bottoming. (Stocks include CBE)

Solar Stocks That May Not Survive to 2014
Eric Rosenbaum
The solar sector has rallied to begin 2012, but when it comes to individual solar stocks, all rallies are not built to last. (Stocks include FSLR, STP)

10 Financial Stocks With Double-Digit Gains in 2012
Frank Byrt
The industry is the second-best performer this year as the Fed pledges to keep interest rates low. (Stocks include BAC, BCS)

Facebook's Yahoo! Patent Problem
Eric Jackson
Facebook may have to pay up if Yahoo! gets aggressive about its patents.

5 Bank Stock Value Plays: Guggenheim (Update 1)
Philip van Doorn
Saying the "earnings recovery of the Large Cap Banks actually has eclipsed the stock price rebound," Marty Mosby raised price targets for a slew of bank stocks.

6 Large-Cap Undervalued Stocks With High Dividend Yields
Insider Monkey
It's a great time to initiate a small diversified position in European stocks that nobody wants to own.

Vertex Hep C Sales Growth Nears End
Adam Feuerstein
Fourth-quarter sales of Vertex's Incivek may hit a high-water mark that will not be equaled as sales level off in 2012.

6 Ex-Dividend Stocks With Buy Ratings
Alexandra Zendrian
These stocks, which go ex-dividend Wednesday, get buy ratings from TheStreet Ratings.

5 Investment Ideas From Wall Street: Jan. 31
Andrea Tse
Analysts highlight solid trends for natural food stocks and improving prospects for long-suffering crude oil refineries.

Stocks Slide on Confidence, Housing Data
Chao Deng
Stocks fall after negative economic data from the U.S. takes the wind out of an early rally.
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