Fundamentals of Futures and Options Markets covers much of the same material as Hull's acclaimed title, Options, Futures, and Other Derivatives. However, this text simplifies the language for a less mathematically sophisticated audience. Omitting calculus completely, the book is suitable for any graduate or undergraduate course in business, economics, and other faculties.

The Ninth Edition has a flexible structure that can be used for any course length. Instructors can choose to cover only the first 12 chapters, finishing with binomial trees, or to cover chapters 13-25 in a variety of different sequences. Each chapter from 18 onwards can be taught independently as its own unit. No matter how you elect to divide the material, Fundamentals of Futures and Options Markets offers a wide audience a sound and easy-to-grasp introduction into financial mathematics."