What is the difference between a Hard Breach and Soft Breach rule?

A soft breach involves the closure of any trades that contravene established rules, yet allows you to persist with your trading activities in either your Assessment or Live Account. On the other hand, a hard breach is triggered by infringing upon critical parameters like the Daily Loss Limit or Max Drawdown. Such violations are considered severe; a hard breach during the Assessment phase leads to failure, while in a Live Account, it results in the revocation of account privileges.

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