My dad who's dead now set up a trust for me with a pretty good amount of money. The trustee's a bank that my dad used to do business with. The bank and the guy who works with me has not made any money with the trust funds and instead lost some in a time when the market has been going up. The rest of the funds are in bonds and they don't seem to be changing that much. Can you you tell me what the Prudent Investor rule is for trustees and whether I can sue this trustee for loss of some of the principal? Thanks.
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