APA does not suggest formats for forecast citations. We have constructed several examples based on APA style for other types of publications.
Author, A. A. (year, month day). Title of forecast (edition). Retrieved from database name.
Title of forecast (edition). (year, month day). Place of publication: Publisher. Retrieved from URL
Title of forecast section/part (year, month day). In Title of forecast (edition, pages, if available). Retrieved from database name.
Print forecast - citing entire book
Title of forecast book. (edition). (year, month day). Place of publication: Publisher
Print forecast - citing a forecast story within the book:
Title of story. (edition). In Title of forecast book (year, month day, page numbers). Place of publication: Publisher
WGSN Forecast team (2014, December 19). Women/Men megatrends: OffBeat (A/W 16/17). Retrieved from WGSN.
Brown, R., Montague, D., & Piquot, H. (2016, February 5). Lifestyle: Digital companions. Retrieved from Fashion Snoops.
Design concept. (2011, Spring/Summer). (2009). New York, NY: Doneger Creative Services-The Doneger Group.
Infinite. (2018, Spring/Summer). In Design Concept. (2015, pp. 29-49). New York, NY: Doneger Creative Services.
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