In investing and reinvesting money and property of a trust estate and in acquiring,
retaining, selling, exchanging and managing investments, a fiduciary shall exercise
care and judgment under the circumstances then prevailing, which persons of ordinary
prudence and reasonable discretion exercise in the management of and dealing with
the property and affairs of another, considering the probable income as well as the
probable safety of capital. If the fiduciary has special skills or is named as the fiduciary on the basis of
representations of special skills or expertise, he is under a duty to exercise those
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