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Investors have been wary of General Motors since the financial crisis and the company's Chapter 11 restructuring. But in the decade since, the once-troubled automaker has been a solid (if quiet) performer, with a higher free-cash-flow yield than the DJIA, the S&P 500, Toyota and Tesla—combined. In an article for Barron's, Al Root makes the case for GM's value to investors.

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