i think a reality check is needed here. maybe it is me.
AOD's portfolio tends to follow the broad market, say the S&P 500 (SPY). and one hopes that the div capture will provide superior income production versus the SPY's.
so it seems to me that saying AOD will double in two years is like saying the SPY's will double, going back to all time highs. AOD might get an extra kick from time to time when/if it trades at a premium. so that will help but a double seems tough.
then add in a mgmt team focused on income, not capital appreciation (or preservation). seems like a dream scenario, i own a fund focused on high income but i get a double on the funds value. does that really happen ?