Our first card, the four of Swords, features a fellow in repose. This is traditionally seen as a card of relaxation, but it looks a little ominous to me, with the swords dangling above him. Swords represent intellect – I see a person idly turning an idea over in their mind. The idea is not without risk.
In the present, we see a person jealously guarding his wealth. The risky idea has paid off. Traditionally this is interpreted to advise the querent not to be stingy, but I don’t see that here. I see him being prudent with his newly acquired riches.
In the future, this fellow’s wealth has continued to grow, and now he’s come to a place where he’s secure enough financially that he can help his fellow human beings.
We skipped right over the Five of Pentacles, which depicts two poor souls – one on crutches – hobbling through the snow outside a church. Had it appeared between the two, I’d surmise the querent were the one receiving charity. However, that image is conspicuously absent.
Enjoy your riches!