Many believe Janet Yellen will dismiss the weak May jobs report and maintain the plan to raise interest rates for a second time at some point later this year at Wednesday's Federal Reserve meeting. (The central bank's two-day gathering begins Tuesday.)
The CME's FedWatch tool on Monday showed a majority of investors expect a second rate hike to come by December 2016.
Which stocks should investors own if Yellen maintains her recent hawkish bent in the Fed's statement Wednesday?
To find out, we used Kensho to discover which Dow Jones industrial average names did the best between second and third rate hikes by the Fed in the past.