Like I said, the actual logic depends on your data model.
Basically, you have some amounts to show on a barchart. Those amounts are of various types (Actual, Forecast and Plan) and on a timelime (Quarter). Therefore, you have 2 dimensions (Time and Amount Type). So, you need to use Stacked Barchart.
You need to sort by a calculated expression to get the expected sorting (Plan value at the end),
The final result would look like:
Quarter, Type, Amount
Q1-2014, Actual, 0
Q2-2014, Actual, 0
Q3-2014, Actual, 0
Q4-2014, Actual, 0
Q1-2015, Actual, 200
Q2-2015, Actual, 300
Q3-2015, Actual, 500
Q4-2015, Forecast, 0
Q3-2015, Plan, 0
Personally, I would use a Combo chart and show the Plan value for all previous quarters as symbols on the same bar.
I uncheck both the "Suppress Missing Values" and "Suppress zero values" options, and the result become like this:
I have selected Q2 2015 from the list box. What I expect to see is the figures of A 2014 Q1 - A 2015 Q2, F 2015 Q3 - F 2015 Q4 and P 2015 Q2. There are two problems I am facing, the first one is i have tried to use set analysis to limit the quarter being shown for F and Q, but 2 years data are still being shown in the graph. The second problem is that when there is no data at all for a scenario (e.g. F), the dimension label will not be appeared in the graph, as shown at the picture below.