Stocks often stumble after second rate hike, history shows

The Federal Reserve's decision to increase interest rates for the second time in a decade caused stocks to tumble on Wednesday. The losses could be just beginning, if history is any guide.

Using hedge fund analytics tool Kensho, CNBC PRO ran a study to determine the market's performance after a second rate increase during the last four Fed rate-hike cycles.

Here's how the market and certain sectors did one, three and six months after a second rate rise.