Shrey Dua

Shrey Dua

Expertise: Electric vehicle industry, Macroeconomic trends, Housing Market
Education: Bachelors Degrees in Economics and Journalism, University of Virginia

About Shrey:
Shrey Dua has a lifelong background in journalism. Since joining InvestorPlace as part of the Today’s Market team, he’s covered everything from cryptocurrencies and financial disclosures to highly anticipated IPOs and SEC investigations.

Shrey’s background is dominated by local journalism, exploring small-town elections and voicing community concerns. Regardless of the context, his audience has always remained his upmost focus. The accessibility of his writing ensures that even an absolute novice can glean a strong understanding of a given topic or event.

Lately, he’s taken a particular fascination in financial regulation, particularly the SEC’s role in insuring a fair market environment for both businesses and investors.

If you’re interested in reading more of his work, you can find many of his articles here on and

Recent Articles

Why a 2022 Housing Market Crash Could Be WORSE Than 2008

New data shows home prices have begun their descent even faster than many economists expected. Is the housing market in for another crash?

Will a Housing Market Crash Be Good for U.S. Renters?

New data shows rent prices are beginning to ease just as home prices are starting to fall. Could a housing market crash help renters?

Will Sky-High Rent Prices Go Down in 2022? 2023?

Rent prices are in focus lately as new data shows rent rates are up nearly 30% from last year. When can renters expect prices to ease?

Why Today’s Stock Market Belongs to the Fed, Not to You

The Federal Reserve has had a virtual stranglehold on stocks, as reflected in the selloff following this week's rate hike.

Mortgage Rates Are Over 6%. Should You Sell Your House for Cash Now?

As mortgage rates peer over 6% this week, data shows more Americans are buying homes in cash. Is now a good time to sell?