Your cam is not degreed; you just aligned the timing sprockets to the OEM markings. With any high performance camshaft, and specifically with a reground like yours, you need to degree the camshaft in the same fashion as a race engine or high performance build up. With the reground cam, you are at the mercy of how the camshaft was initially set. In many occasions, many cam munufacturers even build-in an advance on the cam even if the cam card does not reflect it.
The properly degree a cam, you need a cam degreeing wheel and a dial indicator to check the opening and closing at the valve. Check out this link and read it so you can understand what cam degreeing is all about
The numbers shown in the card are at 050" lift. Since the cam was not degreed, I am not able to figure out the advertised duration; the advertised duration versus the 0.50" numbers, will tell the profile and can telltale the intake lobe centerline versus the card numbers.