Utilizing his experience and expertise in the equity and options markets, DeWayne Hall founded Good Life Asset Strategies in 2012 to give his clients the highest probability of financial success.
Over the past 30 years, DeWayne has owned and partnered in over a dozen businesses in a wide range of industries, acting in a variety of operational capacities in each. At the same time, he has actively invested and traded in equities and options for both his own account and the accounts of others.
DeWayne holds both a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree from Abilene Christian University. He is married to Beth (Owens) Hall and they have two grown children, Justin and Drew. Beth and DeWayne reside in Edmond, Oklahoma.
When DeWayne is not with family and friends, he is involved with his church in the education ministry. He loves sports and outdoor activities, and is an insatiable reader with interests ranging from investing and trading to religion, history, business, and politics. DeWayne likes diverse musical genres including gospel, country, and rock and roll. He and his wife enjoy traveling with family and friends at every opportunity they get.
Justin came into the Investment Advisory business because of his deep passion for helping others. His expertise is in financial planning and his niche is assisting young professionals as they begin to plan for their financial futures. Justin offers the strategies and tools needed by today's Y Generation to successfully build wealth.
Justin received a Bachelor's degree from Abilene Christian University and his M.B.A. from Oklahoma City University. Before joining Good Life, Justin was Vice-President of Operations for one of the family businesses, overseeing 50 employees on a daily basis.
Justin and his wife Krystal (Mills) Hall were married in October 2016. In his spare time he enjoys a wide variety of outdoor sports and activities. An avid reader, he is an American history buff. He is always partial to the underdog, and hopes to witness the USA win the World Cup some time in his lifetime.