I would agree with wealth and health. With regards to Character, i would say, it depends on the moral compass of the person. If the person has a skewed moral sense then for him or her character does not matter much, it is all down to personal gain of money or fame.
Character is a sacre commodity now a days in our country. If we had a high regard for character, then we would not have the elite class scamsters who have looted bank after bank. If we had value for character, then we would not have errant people in every service sector who indulge in corruption, double standards and even play with the lives of the common public.
It all not gloomy, there are still people who treasure character but suffer being failures socially and financially. For instance, an upright police officer or a IAS officer has to put up with transfer after transfer because of their honesty. A doctor who wants to be truthful and help patients would have to face many subtle attacks from within because he/she stands against the profits of the business model of healthcare. There would be many such examples.