This verse is a fairly good example of what I am talking about. “Delight” here is not speaking about happiness or the like. It is the Hebrew word “ta’ănȗg” (pronounced - “taʿanugah”) and speaks of the idea of luxurious wealth. It is not even talking about the pleasure that richness brings. Rather it is talking about the ;personal property of being wealthy and of the luxury it brings.
Solomon’s point is another one that contrasts the fool with the wise. As we have seen, this is a part of a section that speaks to the matter of personal conduct. What Solomon is getting at in the first part of the verse is that which he already said a number of times. The fool is not rewarded for his foolishness. Rather, it is most often so that he/she suffers all of the results of his/her foolishness, and none of those are wealth and what comes with it.