Interest rates surged after a better-than-expected jobs report, sending the yield on the 10-year Treasury to 2.44 percent in early trading Friday, the highest since October.
On April 3, the yield on the 10-year was just 1.80 percent, making this move the biggest two-month jump in rates since August 2013.
The jobs report raised confidence that the Federal Reserve may hike rates this year. So how should investors get in front of that move?
Using Kensho, a quantitative tool used by hedge funds, CNBC.com looked at what happened to stocks when long-term interest rates surged over a 30-day period. The graphic below shows which stocks had the biggest 30-day return on average and what percentage traded positively during that period.