It is known that it is possible to get 2Vcc output voltage in a BJT Common Emitter amplifier by using an RF Choke (instead of a simple resistor) connected to the collector.
Precisely, we will get at the output terminals a signal with VCC mean value and a VCC peak voltage (with a total value equal to 2VCC).
(there is VCC connected to the collector, although it is not written in the image)
With this configuration, we will have this following graph:
With a precise load resistance RL it will be possible to get 2VCC, because the slope of the dynamic load line depends on it. But I was told that, regarding the output current dynamic, the maximum current peak is equal to IQ (= 0.5 Imax). Why?