Not particularly good or bad, just good enough for a quick read.
Strong start, rushed ending. The final chapters seemingly opened up the world and signaled that there would be interesting developments, but then it abruptly finishes in an ambiguous manner. This would've been fine if the previous chapters had been used for more engaging characters and story, but they solely focus on the protagonist's businesses and irrelevant side characters.
None of the characters seem to matter and the story barely wavers from the MC's (rather boring) businesses to actual decent plot lines. Those decent plot lines though are pretty decent and were enough to entertain me throughout the 50 chapters. I do wish there were more, it definitely seems like the story could benefit from a continuation or deeper look into the MAS.