I am considering a monitor that can swivel from its horizontal "landscape" position to vertical "portrait." The reason is that I would like to stack a few charts on top of one another rather than side by side. The resolution of the monitor in question is 1920 x 1080. I am wondering if the chart quality might degrade or otherwise change in some manner when flippng the screen to vertical. (For example, would it alter the number of price bars per horizontal inch, all else being equal, because of the disproportionate difference in horizontal/vertical resolution?) And so, if anyone uses such a screen for charting, can you please tell me if is there anything I should be aware of in this regard?