As the Federal Reserve’s rate hike cycle shows little sign of slowing down, finding safety is becoming key for investors. In recent weeks, some investors have found safe haven in the two-year Treasury note, as its yield rose to a near 15-year high of 3.516% at one point in time. Thursday. Data from Bespoke Investment Group indicates that this is more than double the yield of the S&P 500. The latest moves in the short-term Treasury market – where bond yields are inversely related to price – have can bring higher returns to investors in the future. It also creates a unique opportunity for buyers looking for income stability as stocks continue to decline and risk appetite dries up in some investors. That said, there are a number of stocks that continue to offer the same or greater dividend yield on 2-year bonds, which could mean more upside for patient investors. Future. To find these opportunities, CNBC Pro used FactSet to sift through S&P 500 stocks that offer higher dividend yields than the surging 2-year Treasury bill. We also look for stocks that are popular among analysts, with more than 50% saying they would buy them and expecting a dividend increase of at least 5% next year. All stocks boast an annual dividend of at least $1 per share. Here are the names that have popped up: Of the stocks making the cut, Devon Energy looks out for the biggest yield (6.6%), with an annual dividend of $1.30. Like other energy companies, Devon’s stock has soared this year and is trading up 54% as oil prices rise. Analysts expect the company to increase its dividend by more than 202% next year. Going forward, Advance Auto Parts is expected to grow its dividend by 225% per share. That’s the biggest expected growth among the stocks in display. The company, which recently shared disappointing earnings and guidance as it struggles with rising inflation, pays a $3.30 annual dividend or a 3.5% yield. A variety of banking and financial firms including Morgan Stanley and Fifth Third Bancorp also joined the list, with yields of 3.7% and 3.5%, respectively. Real estate investment trust VICI Properties, parent company Olive Garden Darden Restaurants and AbbVie also made the list.