I am from a finance background that teaches no Maths or statistic. Have gone through cfa frm and caia

Just wondering any program to recommend to have some understanding of Math or statistic? I know phd is a option but it just take too long and is full time.

You want “some understanding of Math or statistic” and “phd is an option”… I’m not sure I’m clear on what you’re after… do you want something basic to teach you basic math, or something to go really deep into math?

If I wasn’t doing CFA, I’d probably be doing this.

Yeah, what kind of math? Calculus, linear? I was a math minor and while I got through it with okay grades, I absolutely hated every minute of it. Modelling was cool though. If you don’t have a background in it, graduate level math will absolutely kill you. You could always look into evening classes at your local college/university, just audit a first year linear algebra or stats course or something.

But yes, I wouldn’t have passed if it weren’t for khan academy.

You can always take some online math courses if you have no time to actually attend some classes, I am sure some university offer intermediate to advanced math courses online.

i tried looking around and find that there are so many type of Math and statistics. For Math there are linear algebra, calculus, geometry. Which one is more relevant to finance?

Remember you can lok at Math and see two things 1) Tools 2) Theory. Most people when they talk about math, they talk about 1). If you really truly want to understand math, you have to do 2). 1) Will be just a specific case of lemmas and theoremes that you will prove and won’t really matter that much