Dear Dr Faustus and other YEN & CHF Borowers,
Undoubtedly, you've been expecting this letter.
Maybe you've a sinking a fund where you've been religiously depositing your interest-rate savings these past four or five years. Maybe you took the savings and won the lottery by investing in Paulsen's winning ticket.
Whatever you've done, the time has now come to pay for Mephastophilis' services. Irrespective of whether you have borrowed for the low rates, or because you think the currency is supremely flawed and should be weak, you've made a deal knowing that there were ultimate consequences, and the deal has now come due.
I understand you may be saddened or frightened (or both) by the inevitable outcomes arrival. Some may even see it as Tragedy. I think, however, the best way to view it is simply determinism. No more. No less.
In future, for eternity I suppose, please remember: "There is no such thing as a free lunch..."