There is nothing inherently bad or immoral with living a life that centres on doing business, an obsession with making money or earning a living somewhere. It is not a crime in itself, but be informed that society only works when we can get that balance of givers and takers. Therefore, we would rather claim that a life that centres on making money (especially without morals or ethics) is a sign of immaturity. A society where everyone simply takes without giving thought to contribution, soon collapses as the driving force of greed soon destroys everyone.
We miss the point when we think poverty and scarcity is simply lack of money, it is not. The greatest idea-virus in this era is our slant towards rethinking and rephrasing every problem into a money problem. We define our problems in terms of how much money we think can solve it and give no room to what really solves problems: the insights we get when we apply knowledge and wisdom to truly understand a problem. Money does not solve problems, it only buys ready-made solutions. Money cannot create a solution.
It is easier to get money than to develop the knowledge and wisdom to actually solve your problems.
For wisdom is a defence, and money is a defence: but the excellency of knowledge is, that wisdom giveth life to them that have it.Eccl 7:12 (KJV)
A true watcher must understand this.