Bitcoin Eyes Bullish July as Analysts Find Historical Trends

Analysts are examining Bitcoin’s price history and past halving cycles to predict if the bull run will continue in July.

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  • June’s Bitcoin volatility has dampened the crypto market’s July outlook.
  • Historically, July has performed well for Bitcoin.
  • Past halving cycles and technicals have offered clues for Bitcoin’s next move.

Bitcoin and the broader cryptocurrency market were whipsawed by volatility in June, leaving investors scrambling for clues about July’s direction. July has historically been a bullish month for Bitcoin, but will the trend hold, or are we nearing the summit of the current bull run?

Will Bitcoin Rise This July?

Analysts are turning to historical data and technical indicators to navigate this uncertain territory. One key factor is July’s past performance. Data shows that Bitcoin has experienced price increases in seven out of the past eleven Julys. 


A positive June close could fuel further growth next month, extending the bullish trend. Beyond historical performance, analysts are examining past halving cycles, where the number of new Bitcoins created is halved. 

These cycles offer valuable insights into price behavior. Following the 2017 halving, Bitcoin embarked on a sustained eight-month upward trajectory before hitting its peak. The 2021 cycle exhibited a similar pattern, with three months of growth followed by a pullback and a final peak ten months later. 

Bitcoin’s Post-Halving Surge Key

A crucial difference exists in the current market. We haven’t yet closed a post-halving trading period at an all-time high. If this occurs in July, it could signal a continuation of the bull run potentially lasting until March-May 2025. 

A less optimistic scenario, factoring in diminishing returns, might see a shorter growth period ending in January or February 2025. Looking beyond July, technical analysis, including the bullish flag pattern, suggests further upward movement for Bitcoin. 


This could potentially propel the price toward the $100,000 to $120,000 range, doubling its current value. While July may offer positive signs, investors should remain cautious. The cryptocurrency market is inherently volatile, and unforeseen events could disrupt the current trajectory.

On the Flipside

  • Historically, July has seen price increases, but not every July has been bullish. Three out of the past eleven Julys saw price decreases.
  • The bullish flag pattern is a technical indicator, and technical indicators are not always reliable predictors of future price movements.
  • Even if July closes at an all-time high, it doesn’t guarantee a sustained bull run.

Why This Matters

By analyzing historical price movements and past halving cycles, investors can use July’s performance as a key indicator for the potential longevity of the current bull run. A strong July close, coinciding with a post-halving all-time high, could signal a sustained upward trend, with Bitcoin potentially reaching double its current value based on analysts’ predictions.

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This article is for information purposes only and should not be considered trading or investment advice. Nothing herein shall be construed as financial, legal, or tax advice. Trading forex, cryptocurrencies, and CFDs pose a considerable risk of loss.

Kyle Calvert

Kyle Calvert is a cryptocurrency news reporter for DailyCoin, specializing in Ripple, stablecoins, as well as price and market analysis news. Before his current role, Kyle worked as a student researcher in the cryptocurrency industry, gaining an understanding of how digital currencies work, their potential uses, and their impact on the economy and society. He completed his Masters and Honors degrees in Blockchain Technology within Esports and Business and Event management within Esports at Staffordshire University.