In trading I have been confused by the argument about whether we should be taking more trades or less trades.

Taking more trades: I understand the science of the law of large numbers and the example of the toin coss where what should be 50/50 can produce some weighted streaks in either direction if you are tossing less times but over 1000s of throws the results of head to tales will start to balance out and approach 50/50

If this is the case does this mean that as traders if we are to trade less rather than more because if we are supposed to take just a handful of trades per day i.e 2-4 does this mean we are clearly at risk to huge variance in terms of our trading results.

Can I tell you what I have been experiencing.

I have noticed if I trade many times per day (still picking high probability trades 5% system which is 1R is equivalent to a 55-60% system which is around 2R.

I know generally experts frown upon high win rate systems because many high win rate systems have very poor risk reward like risking $400 to make $100. I assure you mine is risking $100 to win $100.

I just want to know whether people suggest trading through it whenevver the next high probability set up comes or have a 3 loss strikeout rule.

Comments are welcome. I know most trading gurus says trade less but many people in options talk about lots of trades because of the probability factor.