I highly recommend buying monitors that can rotate in portrait mode, or buying vesa monitor stands that can do it for you. It is much better for web viewing to have a 22" or 24" in portrait mode than widescreen mode. But for charts, typically widescreen is better I guess it depends how many indicators you have.
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@kbit Here's a trick, if you want to remove the scroll bar hold down the Ctrl key and tap the - (minus) key on the numbers pad, this will resize the page you're viewing smaller. Furthermore, if you find yourself viewing a web page or an article with small print/font, hold down the Ctrl key and tap the + (plus) key on the numbers pad, this will resize the page you're viewing larger.