We've had a few questions like this one lately, which are along the lines of:
Assuming I know [some fact] will happen, how could I make money off that knowledge?
While they sound like they have some value, if you assume their premise, they're really not of any actual value - you never actually know that thing will happen (or, if you did, the rest of the market knows that also). The answer is always "invest in something that correlates to the [fact]", but with a paragraph or two first of "don't try to time the market".
Can we either just close these (as asking for opinion? or as duplicates of one of the various similar questions?), or perhaps consider encouraging the OP to instead alter the question, if they really want to know what investment correlates to a particular [fact], to that: so the question above for example would be reworded from:
Assuming I know interest rates will rise, how can I make money off of that?
What investments are well correlated to interest rates?
Or something similar. That's a pretty broad question, but answerable, and ultimately of more utility without all of the market timing caveats.