Historically, fat finger trades -- where a trader presses the wrong key or adds a zero too many on an electronic trading system -- were considered exclusive to equities markets. But they are now stretching their piggy little digits into other asset classes.
A couple of months ago I had lost out on a job to someone I knew. While it stung, at least I found out who my competition was after the fact. Now I was sitting across the table from my competitor -- who was also my friend.