3 fast-growing dividend shares on my shopping list

While a big yield is good, I think dividends with the potential to grow meaningfully in the future are even better.

Which is why I think it could be worth considering snapping up these three dividend shares this week. Here’s why:

Amaysim Australia Ltd (ASX: AYS)

As well as having a strong core business I think this growing telco company is attractive due to its recent expansion into offering home energy plans and low-cost Amaysim-branded NBN plans. I remain confident that these recent ventures have the potential to provide the company with significant earnings growth if it can successfully cross-sell the services to its existing customer base. Ultimately, I expect this to put Amaysim in a position to grow its partially franked trailing 4.3% dividend at a solid rate over the next few years.

Collins Foods Ltd (ASX: CKF)

A weaker-than-expected half-year result has weighed heavily on this KFC operator’s shares over the last few months. However, I don’t think the result was as bad as the market reaction made out and was largely due to some significant one-off charges. In light of this, I think Collins Foods would be worth another look now. Especially with the company rapidly expanding its presence in an under-penetrated European market. Its shares offer a trailing fully franked 3.2% dividend at the current share price.

Premier Investments Limited (ASX: PMV)

I think this retail conglomerate could be a great option for income investors due to its key Smiggle and Peter Alexander businesses. These two stars will soon make up the majority of the company’s earnings and each have a significant runway for growth. This is especially the case for its Smiggle brand, with management expecting the brand to achieve annual sales in excess of $450 million by FY 2020. This is almost double the sales the brand generated in FY 2017. Premier Investments’ shares provide a trailing fully franked 3.6% dividend currently.

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Motley Fool contributor James Mickleboro owns shares of Collins Foods Limited. The Motley Fool Australia owns shares of and has recommended Premier Investments Limited. We Fools may not all hold the same opinions, but we all believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy. This article contains general investment advice only (under AFSL 400691). Authorised by Bruce Jackson.

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