The subprime crisis has triggered a tumultuous year for the stock market. The Dow Jones Industrial Average has hit a record high 34 times, and the U.S. stock market has swung 2% or more on 20 days. That said, The Wall Street Journal turned to a dozen leading investment executives for their take on what investors should take from 2007.

Dan Fuss, vice chairman of Loomis, Sayles, said investors should be sure to keep steady and only reallocate their portfolios if their goal has changed or the movement of an asset class is just too volatile.

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