Goldman: Rising rates will hit these stocks hard

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Goldman Sachs predicts Thursday's highly anticipated meeting by the Federal Reserve will end up with policymakers delaying a potential rate hike until December.

"The 'wisdom of the crowds' as represented by Fed funds futures currently assigns just a 28 percent probability that the Fed will hike this month, compared with a 60 percent probability of a raise by December," Goldman's market strategist David Kostin wrote in a recent note to clients.

The Federal Reserve advertised for months its intention to increase rates for the first time in nine years, potentially this week, a decision that remains widely debated among investors and economists around the world.

Despite the delay, Goldman's investment strategy team believes investors need to get out of the way of rising rates. And there's one group of stocks in particular that could kill your returns for 2015.