The Website of Justin M. Johnson, LUTCF | Financial Adviser
The Website of Justin M. Johnson, LUTCF | Financial Adviser
 
Financial Expert, Justin M. Johnson
Guiding Your Financial Future.
With most things in life, the key to achieving your long-term objectives is planning. As an
Financial Adviser with Eagle Strategies LLC, I am passionate in
assisting my clients in making "informed" decisions based on their overall financial
needs and objectives.

 
Black Enterprise
Breaking The Cycle - Black EnterpriseIn June 2011, Black Enterprise featured Justin and his father, V. Kenneth Johnson, in an article titled, "Breaking the Cycle". This Wealth for Life article by LaToya Smith gives good insight on why the Johnson's value life insurance. Read More

Who's Who in St. Louis, 8th Edition

Who's Who in St. LouisJustin and his father were highlighted in the 8th edition of Who's Who: St. Louis with an article titled, "Johnson's Passion Creates Legacy" (Dec 2011). This annual publication displays the passion and vision this father and son duo have for their financial practice. Read More

Salute to Young Leaders Award

Salute to Young Leaders AwardJustin was highlighted in the 2013 St. Louis American's 3rd Annual Salute to Young Leaders Networking Awards Reception. Read More

I have entered into a formal "Plan of
Succession" with my son Justin positioned
to continue the practice that I have built, at
the appropriate time. Read More here
 
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