This is more so directed at discretionary traders, how do you differentiate between a High Probability Setup from one that is not? Can you please give examples. As a mechanical trader, we take pride in taking 100% of the signals. In fact, it is deemed as a lack of discipline if we don't take a signal. The following are some of the common comments I hear from discretionary traders, but I don't fully understand how they implement this in their trading: "IMO you should really stick to the highest probability signals and not waste your time with the lower ones. They're just not worth it. " "This is probably one of the most valuable lessons of years of trading. The patience to wait for a high probability setup."